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Ludvig Lindström (1975, Sweden) is an animal rights activist, and the founder and President of Global Happiness Organization. Lindström has been a volunteer in People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and Animal Rights Sweden. Lindstrom is perhaps best known for his spectacular campaigns, and for his signum “naked animal activism”. Among other things, he has gone on hunger strike in a small cage at the Sergel Square in Stockholm in protest against the closure of the Animal Welfare Agency. Has gone “on loan” at the Malmö public library in an attempt to decrease prejudice against animal rights activists; and has staged numerous “meat tray” demonstrations (naked humans in big meat trays to protest against the meat industry). Lindström advocates the development of in vitro meat to replace the exploitation of sentient intact animals. In 2008 he participated in the world’s first international in vitro meat symposium in Oslo and in 2010 he put together an exhibition about in vitro meat at the Malmö Museum. In 2009 Lindström was elected as Europe’s sexiest vegetarian, a competition organized by PETA. Lindstrom is also involved in refugee politics. In 2008, he launched the network Vellinge Citizens for Refugees to promote a warmer welcome for refugees. He is also a member of Mensa.

he participated in the world’s first international in vitro meat symposium in Oslo and in 2010 he put together an exhibition about in vitro meat at the Malmö Museum. In 2009 Lindström was elected as Europe’s sexiest vegetarian, a competition organized by PETA. Lindstrom is also involved in refugee politics. In 2008, he launched the network Vellinge Citizens for Refugees to promote a warmer welcome for refugees. He is also a member of Mensa.

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