In our first 2 parts, polar bears Quinton, and his single dad Tangakwunu were captured by a fishing boat. They were sent to a zoo, where they met their caretaker, Kate, who is a vegan animal lover. In order for the public to realize the dire situation that the animals in slaughter houses are facing, they escaped and traveled to a slaughter house. What are they going to do next? "This event is really to raise public awareness about the impact of veganism on the climate crisis situation." "Unfortunately, we don't have a lot of time. More researchers are now saying that the Arctic ice could be gone entirely, not by 2050, but in four or five years. We are an inch away from the point of no return, and we desperately need the mighty influence of governments and the media to change the outcome. It is threatening our only home, the planet Earth, and we must save it for ourselves and our future generations." "The event held last week, ‘Be Veg, Go Green, 2 Save Our Planet’ has sparked demonstrations in major cities throughout the world, urging government leaders to take actions immediately to stop global warming. They are also demanding every government in the world to convene at the United Nations before it is too late." "During the 11th Emergency Special Session, all meals served will be vegan. A resolution has been approved and passed. That's more than two-thirds of all member nations." "Slaughtering and consuming flesh is unbecoming to human dignity. We must embrace a nobler way of living. I've witnessed what goes on inside a slaughterhouse. Some may say there is a humane way of slaughtering animals, but there is no such thing as a humane killing of ANY being. The word ‘humane’ cannot be accompanied with ‘killing’ or ‘slaughtering’. We animals have emotions, feel pain, and fear being killed. Dear Benevolent Humans, saving the animals will save yourself and our planet. Sincerely with love, Tangakwunu on behalf of your co-inhabitants."