Audrey Enjoli

The Coronavirus Is Pushing China Toward a Meatless Future

A member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference is urging the organization to go meatless in response to the coronavirus pandemic. During the political body’s official receptions, Xu Jingkun recommended the organization f...

9 Inspiring Vegans of Color Changing the Food System

Animal rights activists have been a driving force in making veganism more mainstream. From Olympic athletes to world-renowned civil rights leaders, here are nine vegan activists of color that are working to put an end to animal agriculture. 9 Inspiring...

9 Inspiring Vegans of Color Changing the Food System

Animal rights activists have been a driving force in making veganism more mainstream. From Olympic athletes to world-renowned civil rights leaders, here are nine vegan activists of color that are working to put an end to animal agriculture. 9 Inspiring...

White Storks Just Hatched In the Wild for the First Time In Centuries

For the first time in more than 600 years white storks have hatched in the wild in Britain. The stork hatchlings were born earlier this month at Knepp Castle Estate—a private landowner in West Sussex—due to the work of the White Stork Project (WSP). Th...

Is DOG MEAT DONE for Good?

Across Asia, an estimated 30 million dogs are slaughtered each year as meat and sold for human consumption, but attitudes are starting to change. Though China hosts the controversial Yulin Dog Meat Festival every June, 64% of the Chinese population wan...

Cher Helps Release Animals From Islamabad Zoo

Cher took to Twitter last week to express her excitement at the release of Kavaan—Pakistan’s “loneliest elephant”—from the Islamabad Zoo. The Pakistani court ordered the release of Kaavan following a high-profile campaign that the sin...

UN Encourages Investors to Cash In On Plant-Based Food

United Nations-backed organization Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI)—an independent network bringing sustainability into investment practices—is urging investors to back plant-based products. In a new PRI report, entitled Inevitable Policy Re...

EU Protects Bees By Committing to 50% Drop in Pesticides By 2030

The European Commission—the executive branch of the EU—has committed to reducing the use of chemical pesticides by 50 percent by 2030. A new 10-year-plan, which is part of the European Green Deal, includes a commitment to reverse the decline in bees an...

Green Party Urges Switzerland to Subsidize Vegetables

Switzerland’s Green Liberal Party is urging the country to subsidize vegetables instead of meat. Plant-based diets are steadily growing in popularity in Switzerland, according to research conducted by Swissveg, a resource for vegans and vegetaria...

Vegan Food Orders Increase 104% In Hong Kong

A new study by Deliveroo Hong Kong reveals vegan food orders are on the rise. As of May, the delivery service says vegan food orders in the region have skyrocketed by 104 percent compared to the last year. The study also found that many of the restaura...

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Ceremonial Cacao: A Conversation About It’s Use and Effects

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How To Have a More Sustainable Christmas Tree

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