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Congressman Jamie Raskin and 31 Congress members urge President Joe Biden to put at least one vegetarian entrée on the menu of every federal cafeteria to improve the health of Americans and mitigate the climate crisis.
Turkey’s vegan association says the ban on vegan cheese is a violation of rights for consumers and manufacturers of plant-based products.
California’s new $300 billion budget includes funding for initiatives that will increase plant-based meal options at schools.
Humane Society International scores a big win at the Cannes Lions Festival for its short film ‘Save Ralph’—which features characters voiced by Taika Waititi, Ricky Gervias, Zac Efron, Olivia Munn, and more—made in support of its initiative to end cosmetic animal testing worldwide.
New legislation puts plant-based meals on the menu across public schools in Illinois where approximately 2 million students are currently enrolled.
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.
As part of a new campaign, vegan egg-maker Eat Just is calling out climate change deniers—including Texas Senator Ted Cruz—in an effort to push for stronger climate action in Congress.
From animal rescue efforts to independent vegan restaurant donations, these efforts prove that we all can make a difference in Ukraine from abroad.
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.”
After fleeing his home, veterinarian Vladyslav Matviichuk set up a makeshift hospital in his parents’ kitchen to help animals in Kyiv.
On March 20, New York City will celebrate MeatOut Day, a holiday that promotes plant-based living.
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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.
Knowingly capturing, entangling, and killing a shark within Hawaii’s marine waters is now a misdemeanor with hefty fines.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams is now the mayor of New York City, the first vegan person to be elected to the office.
World leaders at COP26 were presented with a “plant-forward” menu labeled with carbon footprints to bring awareness to how different foods impact the environment. With their damage on display, beef and bacon were still at the top of the menu.
During an ongoing Colombian lawsuit, a US district court just recognized the approximately 100 hippos living along the Magdalena river in Colombia as legal persons.
In its first investment into the lab-grown meat space, the USDA awarded $10 million to Tufts University to establish the National Institute for Cellular Agriculture.
A group of 18 celebrities, including Billie Eilish, Moby, and Joaquin Phoenix, just sent an urgent demand to the COP26 president to highlight the importance of including animal agriculture in climate talks.
The European Parliament just voted for an action plan to be put into place that phases out the 10 million lab animals the EU exploits every year and replaces them with efficient, human-relevant technologies.
Mexico is the first country in North America to outlaw cosmetic animal testing. Will the US be next?
We discuss Craigslist’s free animal ads with animal rescuer Paw Prints in the Sand to uncover the truth behind these posts.
Amid Los Angeles’ ongoing houseless crisis, The Martha Project—which was just featured on the Rachael Ray Show—provides high-quality, homemade vegan meals to the city’s unhoused population.