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‘It’s Like Milk But Made For Humans’

Vegan Ad on ‘Time Out’ Cover The oat drink commercial has appeared in tube stations, and on 4oD Oatly’s landmark vegan oat drink advertising campaign has been spotted as a wrap on major magazine Time Out. The slogan, which says ‘It’s like milk but … Continue reading

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5 Spooktacular Ways to Help Animals this Halloween

Scary costumes and tasty treats will always be a part of Halloween. This year, let’s add activism to the tradition! Check out these five easy ways to help animals and still have a scream of a time. Continue reading…

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How Saving One Chimp Led to a New Kind of Anti-Poaching Group

Protecting West Africa’s wildlife from poachers is all about making law enforcement and the courts work, says activist Ofir Drori. Ofir Drori has gotten lost in Kenya’s wilderness, rescued a baby chimpanzee from traffickers in Cameroon, escaped death threats in … Continue reading

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Avoiding meat and dairy is ‘single biggest way’ to reduce your impact on Earth

Biggest analysis to date reveals huge footprint of livestock – it provides just 18% of calories but takes up 83% of farmland Avoiding meat and dairy products is the single biggest way to reduce your environmental impact on the planet, … Continue reading

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Make it a Happy Thanksgiving for Turkeys!

The Animal Ethics Project would like to wish everyone a very happy Thanksgiving! We know that you will be thinking of Turkeys so we would like to acknowledge the important work of organizations such as Canadians for Ethical Treatment of … Continue reading

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The UN Environment Program Just Declared Meat the World’s Biggest Problem! Here’s How We Can Solve It

Among the major issues we face in the modern day are climate change, dwindling natural resources, global health epidemics, and the inhumane treatment of animals. What do all of these problems have in common? Each one is intrinsically linked to … Continue reading

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Forest Green Rovers named ‘greenest football club in world’

Forest Green Rovers has been named the “greenest football club in the world”. The League Two side is one of only 15 organisations from around the world to win a United Nations (UN) “Momentum for Change” climate action award. The … Continue reading

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