Here’s What’s Happening in the Plant-Based World This Week:
Tips on throwing a vegan Thanksgiving the whole family, plant-based or not, will embrace.
A discussion on how “vegan” doesn’t always equal “healthy.”
Plant Based News has announced the global premiere of documentary Vegan2019. Screenings will take place in Los Angeles, London and Beijing on November 30. The film examines the how and why behind the meteoric rise of plant-based diets, particularly throughout 2019.
Podcast with vegan author and activist Colleen Patrick-Goudreau explores how males are taught to quell their compassion towards animals.
Oatly debuts massive “Go Ahead, Eat Like a Vegan” billboard in Waterloo station. The plant-based dairy brand also handed out free vegan ice cream to passersby at the UK’s busiest station. It is estimated that the billboard could be seen by up to 94 million passengers in the coming year.
Tips for plant-based eating to improving cycling performance.
Debunking myths about healthy vegetarian meals, courtesy of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Researchers at Oxford University claim that a serving of meat is about 35 times more damaging than a serving of greens, and that going vegan for 2 of 3 daily meals would cut food-related greenhouse gas emissions by nearly 60 percent. But, will the Western world change its diet?