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The nearly 50-year-old coffee chain aims to become “resource positive” with new sustainability commitments such as adding more vegan options, ditching single-use packaging, and improving waste management.
The international beauty supplier is implementing more sustainable initiatives, including the removal of plastic bags from its stores.
The brand joins global initiative Cool Food Pledge to reduce its food-related carbon emissions—which, in 2018, totaled 15,140 tons—at its New York and New Jersey offices.
A new report finds that retailers, restaurants, and food manufacturers—including those primarily making meat and dairy products—are actively working toward a plant-based shift in the global food system.
“It’s always been the most important country for our mission,” Impossible Foods CEO Pat Brown says about China, which consumes 28 percent of the world’s meat.
VeganNation partners with CR Vasco de Gama to bring sustainability initiatives to the sports industry.
As part of a pledge to reduce its environmental impact, Dubai International and Dubai World Central airports have banned plastic food and drink packaging, straws, cutlery, and bags from its restaurants and shops.
The ethical trade brand jumps on the oat milk trend with three flavors of chocolate bars available now exclusively at Whole Foods Markets nationwide.
After giving a moving speech about the impact of the meat and dairy industry on the environment, the award-winning vegan actor was detained by Washington, DC police.
The country’s meat consumption has dropped substantially over the course of the last decade.
Aboriginal leaders approve the culling of the non-indigenous species as they now pose a danger to native human populations fighting to survive record droughts and heatwaves brought on by climate change.
In the ongoing two-week Extinction Rebellion protest demanding government action over the climate crisis, celebrities admit living “high carbon lives” and ask the media to focus on the issue at hand: the Earth’s fragile state.
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By ditching animal products this month, this year’s 350,000 Veganuary participants will also save the equivalent in greenhouse gas emissions as removing 160,000 cars from the road, Oxford researcher finds.
New shop Willicroft offers plant-based versions of popular Dutch dairy dishes such as fondue in a traditional cheese-shop setting.
The Center for Biological Diversity’s “Catering to the Climate” report says it’s time for the catering industry to reduce its environmental footprint by switching to plant-based menus.
Gautam Buddha University is the latest educational institution to sign onto the Green Tuesday Initiative, a campaign created by Vegan Outreach to help schools and other businesses to ditch animal products.
San Diego-based food technology startup BlueNalu unveiled its slaughter-free yellowtail amberjack filets, which it made from a small amount of fish cells, at a private tasting event.
“We need a fundamental transformation of the food system if we are to feed more than nine billion people sustainably and nutritiously,” Unilever CEO Alan Jope said.