Episode 8: Michael Broadhead & Minimizing Harm


"I really want to minimize the amount of harm my choices cause every day... and do better and better."

-Michael Broadhead


On this week's episode of the Eat Green Make Green Podcast, I sit down with the compassionate and positive Michael Broadhead.  I am out in Singapore for the next few weeks, and through the connections of a previous guest on the podcast (Dan Stackhouse) I got hooked up with a number of vegans here in the country known as the little red dot.  Almost everyone I spoke with directed me to Michael Broadhead. Michael is the founder of the charitable organization Animal Allies, as well as a local school teacher, and is a major leader in the vegan movement here in Singapore.  We talk about how Michael went from growing up on a farm in rural Canada to traveling the world and winding up in Asia, what the vegan scene is like here in Singapore, the diabetes and other lifestyle disease issues in Singapore, the future of the vegan movement in the country, and much more.  Michael is one of those people who you spend five minutes with and you feel like you've known him for years. He is one of the most travelled people I've ever met and it was an absolute pleasure getting to know him.


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