Climate change is here. We can no longer ignore the rising temperatures, rising seas and extreme weather events.
Animal agriculture’s contribution to the destruction of the earth is staggering. Going vegan is still the most effective way to fight the climate crisis.
If we consider the price that the planet pays for continued animal agriculture; meat and dairy are the most expensive products in the grocery store.
Brazil’s rainforests are under attack once more as soy farmers burn parts of the forest to make way for the crop. Nearly 80% of soybean is fed to livestock.
The “pushy vegan” stereotype is as old as veganism itself. Can we really categorise vegans that way when animal agriculture has proved itself destructive?
Wildfires, as a result of climate change, have swept through parts of the US, highlighting the dire consequences of resisting a change in food systems.
Friday For Future youth activists want to make a statement with their event targetting leaders who have dragged their feet at addressing climate change.
The group protested the Common Agriculture Policy that gives funding preference to big meat farms neglecting environmentally sustainable alternatives.
The animal rights organisation says young people are instrumental in curbing the impact of climate catastrophe and the destruction of the natural world.
We have no more time to twiddle our thumbs. The delay in tackling climate change means that the severe impacts we’re seeing now are no longer avoidable.
A star-studded lineup, including Jane Fonda, will read the climate activism audiobook, All We Can Save: Truth, Courage and Solutions for the Climate Crisis.
The one-hour long film entitled “Extinction: The Facts” aims to show the impact of human exploitation on the natural world.
Climate activists are becoming more and more invested in the idea of a green, sustainable future by means of remodelling our food systems.
Animal rights and climate justice group ‘Animal Rebellion’ have urged the UK government to “tell the truth” about animal agriculture and climate change.
The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has brought the world to a stop. Has it taken away from the momentum of climate emergency activism?
To protect the earth from further human encroachment and exploitation we must give back 50% of all land, says a study published in Science Advances.