Climate change is here. We can no longer ignore the rising temperatures, rising seas and extreme weather events.
Humans have broken all bonds with the natural world and we must now decide whether to stop eating animals and GMO foods otherwise it will be the end of us.
The newly published National Food Strategy seeks to encourage healthy eating but fails to address the impact of animal products.
ProVeg pens open letter to the Wall Street Journal about an article featured in their publication which denies role of beef industry in climate change.
Young people are the key to ensuring an environmentally stable and just future, but bringing their potential to the fore will require effort from leaders.
Unsustainable industrial agriculture is contributing to the climate crisis, however this is often ignored during climate summits such as COP26.
Award-winning actress, Kate Winslet, will be the voice of a new documentary that uncovers the environmental horrors of animal agriculture.
PETA sends letter to Alok Sharma at the UN proposing that the upcoming COP26 summit offers a meat-free, sustainable menu to its delegates.
The UK has published its National Food Strategy which will serve as a dietary guideline, however it fails to encourage sustainable eating.
Scientists at the International Plant Protection Convention has released a report warning that unsustainable human activity is leading us to disaster.
New Zealand has one of the world’s highest proportions of livestock (cattle and sheep) to human population — a mind boggling ratio of of 2 to 1.
The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report says that the climate crisis must be treated like the outbreak of a world war.
Community activists say any attempt to reduce methane emissions, while dairy farms continue to exist, wont help the state meet its climate or health goals.
Sonora, Mexico, relies heavily on its cattle farming. However, droughts caused by climate change have engulphed the region wreaking havoc on the animals.
United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s report shows we have limited time to make the changes necessary to save the earth.
That most iconic of the penguin species, the Emperor Penguins found in the Antarctic, are threatened by climate change as the planet heats up.