Canada Geese for NYC Homeless: Yes

This is such an obviously-good idea that I’m not sure why it’s even news.

Activist says feeding homeless with geese ‘ethical’

A Virginia-based locavore activist says New York City is doing the “ethical thing” by sending its culled Canada Geese to a slaughterhouse to feed the homeless.

Jackson Landers, a self-professed conservationist who hunts for his own food, told CTV’s Canada AM on Friday that the city’s decision to capture the birds and send them to food banks in Pennsylvania “gives some sort of meaning to (their) deaths.”

Hmm, I wonder if migratory birds count as “local”?

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I'm a philosopher who teaches at Ryerson University's Ted Rogers School of Management in Toronto, Canada. Most of my scholarly research is on business ethics and healthcare ethics.
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1 Response to Canada Geese for NYC Homeless: Yes

  1. mckeeius says:

    Just because they are migratory doesn’t mean they aren’t overpopulated and unnaturally impacting the ecosystem and the infrastructure

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