In Britain, Black people and people of color’s ability and desire to connect with the land is complicated. But those wounds are finally beginning to heal.
In Britain, a crowdfunding campaign called the Vegan Land Movement is buying out grazing land from farmers to rewild it. The transition is proving more complicated than they expected.
A new report from Collective Fashion Justice and the Center for Biological Diversity explores the wool industry’s “shear destruction” of indigenous plant and animal life.
At COP26, writer Alex Lockwood said one thing was abundantly clear: Animal agriculture is still too taboo to talk about critically at climate negotiations.
Reducing meat consumption should be at the top of every world leader’s climate agenda—but it’s not. And the more we ignore the problem, the larger it grows.
Many of the promises made at COP26—like the pledge to end deforestation—won’t be possible until we all start eating less meat.
COP26 chose to serve attendees some of the world’s most climate-damaging foods. A closer look at the menu reveals why.
Animal agriculture is one of the leading sources of methane emissions, but world leaders have a bad habit of downplaying its impact or ignoring it entirely.
Animal agriculture is often left out of critical conversations about the climate crisis—including COP26. Plant-based food companies are calling for change.
Animals play an essential role in maintaining a healthy environment. Among other ways, they help with pollination, pest control, and climate control.