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World Meat Free Week

World Meat Free Week: try just one meat-free meal for the health of our planet

Try just one meat-free meal for the health of our planet during World Meat Free Week between 17-23 June 2019 www.worldmeatfreeweek.com@Meat_Free_Week #WorldMeatFreeWeek Today June 17th, sees the beginning of World Meat Free Week 2019.  This year’s campaign returns to put a spotlight on the importance of reducing our meat intake for the sake of our […]

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3 Reasons To Embrace The Flexitarian Diet This Earth Day

3 Reasons To Embrace The Flexitarian Diet This Earth Day

Happy Earth Day 2019! Today we celebrate our planet, with a focus this year on protecting the millions of species we share it with. The unprecedented global destruction and rapid reduction of plant and wildlife populations are directly linked to causes driven by human activity: climate change, deforestation, habitat loss, trafficking and poaching, unsustainable agriculture, […]

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Meat Free Monday Climate Pledge

Take The Meat Free Monday Climate Pledge

On September 23rd, world leaders, from government, finance, business, and civil society will meet in New York for the UN Climate Summit. The agenda: galvanising and catalysing climate actions to reduce emissions and strengthen climate resilience. If, like me, these big action plans leave you feeling a bit useless, The Meat Free Monday Climate Pledge is your chance to take part. […]

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Earth Day Meatless Monday

Earth Day 2014: Go Meat-Free One Day A Week

Happy Earth Day! Since 1970, Earth Day has been celebrated every year on April 22nd. Growing out of the first Earth Day, Earth Day Network (EDN) works with over 22,000 partners in 192 countries to broaden, diversify and mobilise the environmental movement. More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it […]

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On why eating meat is bad for the environment

On why eating meat is bad for the environment

Long gone are the days of traditional farming where animals were raised in symbiosis with their surroundings; grazing the farmer’s fields and being an integral part to life on the farm. Meat production has grown to industrial scale to cater for our ever increasing craving for meat and demand for cheaper prices. Unless you buy […]

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