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On ‘The G Word with Adam Conover’—a new Netflix series that examines government involvement in American life—former President Barack Obama talks about how to effect change while making the perfect PB&J.
New legislation puts plant-based meals on the menu across public schools in Illinois where approximately 2 million students are currently enrolled.
The Vegan Association of Turkey is suing the country’s university council for ignoring vegan students’ right to healthy, balanced food options in its 205 university dining halls.
Billie Eilish is bringing together activists, musicians, and fashion designers for the Overheated climate event to discuss the climate crisis and their work to make a difference.
Washington, DC will celebrate its first vegan restaurant week thanks to a proclamation signed by Mayor Muriel Bowser that recognizes the health and environmental benefits of a plant-based diet.
Wealthier nations must slash their meat consumption by at least 75 percent in order to meet climate goals, researchers at the University of Bonn advise.
Seattle startup Rebellyous Foods has reached a key milestone that will help scale production of its plant-based chicken and offer it at the same price as animal meat.
Israeli company Remilk will open the world’s largest animal-free dairy factory in Denmark where it will produce as much milk protein as 50,000 cows every year without exploiting a single animal or harming the environment.
Burger King’s vegan pop-up in London proves how easy it is for familiar fast-food menu items to be plant-based and delicious—while also being better for the environment and animals.
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JUST Egg is bringing its mung bean-based vegan eggs to Europe for the first time to meet demand for alternatives to chicken eggs.
We must slash methane emissions—most of which are produced by the animal agriculture industry—by 33 percent by 2030, the newest IPCC report warns.
After a challenge by vegan brand Tofurky, a federal court in Louisiana halted the enforcement of a labeling law that would fine the company $500 daily for every use of terms such as “plant-based burger” and “meatless sausage.”
Coconut Bliss has launched its first “sustainable” dairy ice cream line—and the move has sparked a greenwashing backlash.
On March 20, New York City will celebrate MeatOut Day, a holiday that promotes plant-based living.
United Kingdom’s Better Naked brand is changing the name of its vegan “Chicken Kiev” to “Chicken Kyiv” and donating 50 percent of its profits to humanitarian relief efforts in Ukraine.
Billie Eilish took a quick detour from her Happier Than Ever World Tour to speak out in support of the Healthy Future Students and Earth Act, proposed legislation that incentivizes school districts to serve plant-based meals.
The 14th Five-Year Plan of China sets forth a national strategy toward a better food system that includes research and development of plant-based eggs and cultured meat, a shift that is sure to influence the rest of the world.
In a new ruling, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania is directing the state’s District Attorney to prosecute Martin Farms—a former Nestlé dairy supplier—for animal cruelty charges.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams admits he is “perfectly imperfect” when it comes to his diet but will continue to implement plant-based initiatives to help New Yorkers thrive.
Compassion in World Farming estimates that 160 million vegan chicken wings will be eaten during the Super Bowl game this year instead of their animal counterpart.
To win over consumers, vegan meat brands will need to underprice their animal-based competition. New reports show this could happen sooner than expected.
Starting this week, NYC public schools will serve vegan meals to 930,000 children as part of the new Vegan Fridays initiative.
There is no evidence that consuming soy will make you grow breasts. Dairy, on the other hand, probably could.
University of Leeds researchers studied the carbon footprints of 3,000 foods to find that non-vegetarians produce 59 percent more greenhouse gas emissions than vegetarians.