The first month of the year is often rife with resolutions. This year, among the usual suspects is a rising commitment to sustainability across every aspect of our lives — from the way we travel to the we eat.
In an Age of Refrigerated Lorries, Why Do We Still Condemn Animals to Suffering?
Among the speakers of the conference, where information was shared about the transformation of the food and agriculture sector in order to make the food and agriculture sector healthier, sustainable and reliable, Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming
Once dismissed as a passing trend and undermined as a diet exclusive to ‘hippies’, in a society that is slowly becoming more planet and health conscious, today the rise of veganism has established itself firmly as a popular and sustainable
As we enter a new year, one of the resolutions that increasing numbers of people are making is to try vegan for 31 days, a pledge that has become known as Veganuary.
“May you live in interesting times,” is an English expression believed to be a translation of a traditional Chinese curse. At first the words seem like a blessing, but with a little thought, the irony soon becomes clear.