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Joaquin Phoenix, George Monboit and Others Join Veganuary Campaign

Veganuary today releases passionate personal messages from climate-conscious celebrities urging everyone to ‘Join the New Year’s Revolution’ and sign up to the 31-day plant-based pledge. The urgent call to action marks the launch of Veganuary’s 2020 campaign and is backed by Hollywood actors, and high profile environmentalists and athletes. read more


Tesla’s Vegan Model 3 Approved For Use as New York Taxi Fleet

The Tesla Model 3, which is 100% leather-free including even the steering wheel, has been approved by New York City's Taxi and Limousine Commission to join the famous city fleet. This will be the first electric car approved for the fleet, and it has also been approved for use as Uber and Lyft. read more


Brand New “World Scentists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency” Report Implores People to Eat Plant-Based

A brand new report backed by 11,000 scientists in 153 countries warns humanity of imminent climate crisis and implores people to urgently reduce meat intake and adopt a plant-based diet. It warns that the “crisis has arrived and is accelerating faster than most scientists expected” and that the situation “is more severe than anticipated, threatening natural ecosystems and the fate of humanity." read more


Take Action: 15 Everyday Ways to Combat Climate Change

The effects of climate change are becoming increasingly more evident. Instead of planning for the worst, maybe we should be asking ourselves how we can protect the environment and play our part in putting a stop to the climate crisis. read more


Big Meat & Dairy to Surpass Oil as Biggest Pollutors

An new study analyses emissions from 35 of the world’s biggest meat and dairy companies, and asks how they are addressing these effects to avoid climate catastrophe. “The short answer: These companies are pursuing growth strategies that will actually increase their emission”. Big Meat and Dairy are Heating up our Planet. read more