VEGAN NEWS

ARCHIVE

Vegan News That's Worth Reading Again and Again

pic6.jpg

By The Standard

From our mood to our immune system, the vegan lifestyle provides us with a vast array of health perks.

 

Holistic health specialist, nutritionist, raw chef and life coach Geeta Sidhu-Robb shares her top health benefits of following a vegan diet.

 

pic5.jpg

By The Telegraph

At least one-third of early deaths could be prevented if everyone moved to a vegetarian diet, Harvard scientists have calculated.

pic4.jpg

By The New Scientist

Borneo’s orangutan population has halved in just 16 years. Worse, it was not a tragic by-product of the growth of farming, as many had believed. Instead, most of the lost orangutans were deliberately killed. 

pic8.jpg

By HuffingtonPost

The Giraffe has experienced a “devastating decline” in recent years as global populations have dropped 40% since 1985.

 

pic9.jpg

By PETA

The world’s top scientists, including Stephen Hawking, consider climate change to be one of the world’s greatest threats. Many conscientious people are trying to help prevent climate change by driving more fuel-efficient cars and using energy-saving light bulbs.  

pic10.jpg

By Business Insider

An NBC Bay Area investigation reveals 1.2 million animals, including endangered and threatened wildlife, were killed abroad by American hunters and sent to the U.S. as trophies over the last 15 years. 

pic3.jpg

By NAVS

Vivisection has been defined as “The act of cutting into or dissecting the body of a living animal, especially for scientific research.”

 

The term has come to mean any harmful or invasive technique used on animals in experimentation or dissection.

 

pic12.jpg

By veganhealthandfitnessmag.com

Anyone who has been vegan for any substantial length of time has been asked about a variety of mythological deficiencies in the vegan diet. Historically, the vegan diet has been characterized as being dangerously deficient in protein, iron, calcium and other essential nutrients.  

pic7.jpg

By Sea Shepherd

Around the world sharks are in big trouble, with over 90% of the world’s sharks wiped out through fishing, cruel shark fining and shark mitigation strategies. As a result, between 70 and 100 million sharks die a year. That’s over 10,000 every hour. 

 Around the world sharks are in big trouble, with over 90% of the world’s sharks wiped out through fishing, cruel shark fining and shark mitigation strategies. As a result, between 70 and 100 million sharks die a year. That’s over 10,000 every hour. Few know, often blinded by misguided fears, of the shark's current struggles and the impact this could have on human life. Sharks are quickly headed for extinction.Around the world sharks are in big trouble, with over 90% of the world’s sharks wiped out through fishing, cruel shark fining and shark mitigation strategies. As a result, between 70 and 100 million sharks die a year. That’s over 10,000 every hour. Few know, often blinded by misguided fears, of the shark's current struggles and the impact this could have on human life. Sharks are quickly headed for extinction.

pic11.jpg

By The Daily Mail

They are our closest living relatives in the animal kingdom, yet more than half of the world's primates are facing extinction due to our destruction of the habitats where they live. 

pic13.jpg

By Forks Over Knives

We are bombarded by stories in the media about how sugar is bad for our health and sweets of all kind should be avoided. However, the desire for sweet-tasting foods is perfectly normal and natural! Indeed, our tongue contains an abundance of sweet receptors for a good reason. 

pic14.jpg

By The Guardian

Photographs of industrial rows of cramped pens, each imprisoning a solitary calf, will shock those who still believe in the fairytale of the pastoral dairy farm, where blushing maidens milk smiling cows. 

pic2.jpg

By The Independent

Today (21st June) marks the start of the ninth annual dog meat festival in Yulin. But what is it and why has the event in this remote part of southern China proved to be so controversial in recent years?

 

pic1.jpg

By The Guardian

Biggest analysis to date reveals huge footprint of livestock - it provides just 18% of calories but takes up 83% of farmland 

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST

TO HEAR ALL THE LATEST VEGAN NEWS

©2018 Global Vegans Ltd

A Company Registered in England & Wales No 09549595

  • Global Vegans Twitter
  • Grey Twitter Icon
  • Facebook - Grey Circle
  • Grey Facebook Icon
  • Instagram - Grey Circle
  • Pinterest - Grey Circle
  • Tumblr - Grey Circle
  • G+ - Grey Circle
0