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Dan Sayers is changing the way we view anthropology—and those who follow vegan lifestyles.
A new government report finds that lobster, octopuses, and crabs all experience pain, prompting the UK to change its welfare laws around these animals.
The United Nations’ COP26 climate conference skirted around the most pressing issue: animal agriculture. Here’s what happened and how we can do better.
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?
Let’s put ethical, moral, and environmentally conscious champions in government.
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Miyoko’s Creamery filed the lawsuit after the California Department of Food and Agriculture demanded the brand remove “dairy” and “butter” from its clearly vegan labeled packaging and take down a photo of a woman hugging a rescued cow from its website.
From vegan JUST Egg to meatless Cheesesteak Eggrolls, former President Barack Obama is celebrating his 60th birthday in plant-based style thanks to a menu curated by musical legend Questlove.
The Berkeley City Council passes a resolution to phase out the amount of animal products the city purchases to move toward serving fully vegan meals.
Johari’s Law was inspired by a female gorilla who was dosed with Prozac until she allowed a male gorilla to mate with her.
After mounting pressure from 170 organizations and concerned citizens in an “End the Cage Age” initiative, the European Union will phase out the use of cages in animal agriculture, affecting 300 million animals, by 2027.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams, who has been vegan since 2016, has won the NYC primary mayoral election.
The country’s proposed legislation is in response to public outcry regarding incidents that involved violence toward stray animals.
The new law prohibits stores from selling cats and dogs from breeders, marking a key step in eliminating inhumane breeding operations.
The British government is slated to prohibit the captivity of elephants in zoos and safaris under the broader Kept Animals Bill set to be passed this year.
Maine joins a growing number of states from coast-to-coast to prohibit the sale of beauty products tested on animals with a ban that starts on November 1.
Vegan climate activist Greta Thunberg points out the hypocrisy of world leaders dining on steak and lobster dinners while making promises to slash greenhouse gas emissions at the G7 summit in Cornwall.
The new legislation could ban the trade of shark fins and products containing shark fins in the country.
Starting in January 2026, Estonia—previously a major supplier of pelts to the UK—will no longer farm animals for their furs.
The EU rejects Amendment 165 which aimed to further restrict plant-based products from using terms such as “cheese alternative.”
Kip Andersen—producer of ocean conservation documentary Seaspiracy—and PETA President Ingrid Newkirk are demanding the Biden Administration overturn a Trump-era executive order that allows the proliferation of fish factory farms.