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Chinese Ban Consumption of Wild Animals

By Global Vegans

Human consumption of wild animals, along with its associated trading activities, were banned this week by the Chinese National People’s Congress Standing Committee. 

Q2 2020 Sees Major Growth & Expansion of Vegan Vitamin Product Lines

By Global Vegans

 

By community demand, Future Kind® expands product line to include eight new products this summer, heralding a shift to focused supplements vs. catch-alls.

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Vegan Food Consumption Growth - Passing Trend or the 'New Normal'?

By Global Vegans

Plant-based foods have been increasing in popularity in recent years, with a growing number of retailers selling an expanding line of products. Plant-based food is becoming more mainstream!

"Bucking Tradition" takes home Grand Prize at 2019 Ottawa Vegan Film Festival 

 

By Global Vegans

The film’s brutal and honest look at animal abuse on the rodeo circuit wins both Best Overall Film and Best Animal Welfare Film awards

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Vegan Film Festival AnnounceFree Online Film Streaming

By Global Vegans

The film’s brutal and honest look at animal abuse on the rodeo circuit wins both Best Overall Film and Best Animal Welfare Film awards

Female Trophy Hunter Poses with Slaughtered Bears and Boasts about Skinning Them

By Kate Harrold & Kelly-Ann Mills, The Mirror

 

Alexandra Tyutchevam, from Serpukhov, Russia, has received threats about her trophy hunting but is unapologetic and wants others to share her passion for killing animals.

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What to Know about Vegan Diets

By Medical News Today

 

A vegan or plant-based diet excludes all animal products. When followed correctly a vegan diet can be highly nutritious, reduce the risk of chronic diseases, and aid weight loss.

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Four Lion Cubs kept in Squalid Conditions Freed Thanks to UK Campaigners

By Nada Farhoud, The Mirror

Horus, Dadou, Thea and Cersei, also known as the Lions of Lyon, were found in appalling conditions in France after they were taken from their mothers by the exotic wildlife trade

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China’s Wildlife Farmers Offered A Transition Away From Breeding Wild Animals

By Karen Lapizco, World Animal News

Wildlife farmers in two provinces in mainland China are being offered a government buy-out to facilitate a move away from breeding wild animals for consumption.

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Ecotourism Collapse Threatens Communities & Wildlife

By The Guardian

From Kenya to the Seychelles, coronavirus has dealt a devastating blow to efforts to protect endangered wildlife.

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Conservation Crisis: Why Covid-19 could push Mountain Gorillas to the Brink

 

By The Guardian

Once a step away from extinction, their survival was a rare success story. But groundbreaking gorilla conservation is now in peril.

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Our Cruel Treatment of Animals Led to the Coronavirus

By David Benatar, The New York Times

The conditions that lead to the emergence of new infectious diseases are the same ones that inflict horrific harms on animals.

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Milkadamia’s Jim Richards: “What we are Witnessing is Not Solely a Food Movement”

By Vegconomist

 

Plant milk brand Milkadamia’s founder and CEO Jim Richards talks about his year in food. 

 

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Beyond Meat Obtains $150 Million Credit Facility to Facilitate Global Growth

By Vegconomist

 

In what looks like the world’s biggest plant-based overdraft facility, Beyond Meat has obtained $150m credit facility

 

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'Fake' Meat on the Menu as China Reopens Restaurants After the Coronavirus

By BBC

 

As China reopens restaurants and cafes, more plant-based "fake" meat products are popping up on menus.

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Burger King 'Plant-Based' Whopper ads Banned Because it Tries to Deceive

By BBC

Burger King has been banned from showing adverts suggesting its Rebel Whopper, which is cooked by meat & contains egg, is vegan-friendly.

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Why are Women More Likely to go Vegan than Men?

By Euronews

There has been an extraordinary upsurge in the number of people deciding to go vegan over the past 10 years.

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The Meat they Eat is a Pandemic Risk, Too

By Sigal Samuel, Vox

“If you actually want to create global pandemics, then build factory farms.”

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