New climate change and vegan books from Big Questions Brighter Tomorrow

Big Questions Brighter Tomorrow have just released 'Livi and the Story of Climate Change', the follow up to 'Livi and the Story of the Sausage Roll'. Watch a video reading of each book here. One of the authors, Erika, is also working on a campaign for vegan school meals in the UK. Get in touch with her to find out more.

Join Us! World Animal Hero Kids Month #animalherokidtober

October is World Animal Hero Kids Month! Animal Hero Kids is an all-volunteer kindness education charity empowering youth to compassionate action via free school presentations highlighting stories of animal rescue and advocacy and action for other animals.

New Zealand talks plant-based nutrition in school

New Zealand school systems are now advising students to eat less meat and dairy in order to combat climate change. The new curriculum launched in January, according to Reuters. It uses research to show secondary school students how climate change impacts the planet. It also teaches students how consuming meat and dairy products can increase […]
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Are we seeing a transition in China?

A member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference asked the organization to remain unconcerned in responding to the coronavirus pandemic. During the official panel of the political panel, Sue Jinkun recommended organizations to eat vegetarian, the Global Times reported. Earlier this year, China banned wildlife consumption and trade due to increasing global pressure around […]

Vegan inclusion consultant for parents, schools and workplaces

Laura Chepner is a teacher, environmentalist, and vegan-inclusion educational consultant from the United Kingdom. Upon recognising a gap in vegan-inclusion and education, both in her capacity as a teacher and as the mother of a vegan student, Chepner formed the United Kingdom's first non-profit, vegan, school consultancy company "Primary Veducation" in 2017. She frequently presents to school staff and parents at events supporting vegan-inclusion, and has successfully campaigned for plant-based options on both private and public-sector menus.

Eco Tourism – Find an eco-friendly hotel for your next vacation

With air travel seeing a drop in the last 2-3 years, eco-tourism is rising. That's good news for the traveller, the local community and our planet.

Yoga in under-privileged communities of Lebanon

Sandra Boutros took Yoga to kids who fled the war in Syria and now find themselves living in crowded and loud refugee camps in Lebanon. Children living in highly stressful environments have been gifted with the peace that Yoga brings to their young lives, thanks to the Koun NGO from Lebanon. Learn more about Koun […]

A threat to the Amazon is a threat to us all

Brazil’s new president, Jair Bolsonaro, has allowed for the destruction and land-grab of the Amazon in such unprecedented numbers that the issue is critical. Is it time for the UN to step in? Where does the EU stand on this issue after signing a new Free Trade Deal with Mercosur this month? Where do we […]

I Bought everyone on my Street Biodegradable Dog Poo Bags

This kid has the right idea. Serve and you will reap! Instead of sitting around and hoping people would start taking into account their carbon footprint, he took action. He invested in his own future and that of his neighbourhood by investing in bio-degradable dog poop bags with his own money, and then offering them […]

Sustainable fashion

It’s a fact – finding anything from sustainable and responsible sources will invariably be more expensive. But there are a number of very obvious and logical reasons for the price difference, starting with the fact that products from a responsible source will include a responsible cost of production for the worker who produces the product, […]