The facts behind why locally sourced meat and dairy produce can’t be considered more sustainable than veganism.
The branding of ‘Veganuary’, along with the trend of New Year’s Resolutions, places the vegan diet at the forefront of people’s minds in January, with the risk of it slipping into insignificance throughout the year. However, you can actually start Veganuary any day of the year — it’s not just for January.
Catherine Upex looks at the statistics and investigates how environmentally friendly meat alternatives really are…
The non-profit Veganuary event began in 2014, encouraging people to go vegan in January as a way to promote and educate about the vegan lifestyle. The reasons for doing so are diverse, including health, ethical and environmental reasons. Veganism is becoming increasingly popular and easier to adopt with restaurants and cafes growing their list of vegan options and popular chains selling vegan burgers, croissants, ice creams, cheeses and more.
You may or may not have participated in Veganuary this year. Either way, it’s never too late to incorporate some plant-based foods into your diet. Whilst there are numerous benefits of veganism (from health, sustainability […]
With the recent success of both Blue Planet II and ‘Veganuary’, now seems like a more salient time than ever to discuss how to make our fish-buying habits sustainable.