Climate change is here. We can no longer ignore the rising temperatures, rising seas and extreme weather events.
Greta Thunberg has warned that the worst is yet to come – unless people around the world work together to dislodge the profit-maximizing economic system that is endangering life on Earth.
Overfishing and the use of harmful fishing practices are aiding in the destruction of the planet and contributing to climate change.
Reality TV star and make-up mogul, Kyle Jenner has been criticised for her disregard for the planet after bragging about 17-minute private jet trip.
By the year 2100, scientists warn that nearly 30% of all living species will have died due to the climate catastrophe.
The wealth gap and the creation of global billionaires is leading to worsening environmental crisis which impacts us all.
Despite government inaction, there is something we each can do to help dial back or slow the march of climate change, and that is to change our diets.
The heat wave is adding to adverse weather events earlier in the year, causing a decline in milk production and chickens being fed sports drinks.
Using precision fermentation to create popular dairy products could help to transition more people to an animal-free, sustainable diet.
Climate activists took to the streets in Israel as part of the global action for the implementation of the Plant-Based Treaty.
Climate activists have set their strategy towards targeting industry and policy decision makers for slow progress on climate solutions.
A new report reveals that the solution to climate change has been right under our noses the whole time; we must fund alternative meat.
COP15 and the FIFA World Cup will overlap this year, but world leaders have been warned by the UN’s biodiversity chief not to let the World Cup distract them.
The rapid growth in meat and dairy production is been driven by profit-hungry companies and has led to drastic consequences for our planet.
As Gen Z begins joining the workforce they are making meaningful demands for green careers and environmentally friendly jobs.
Unless action is taken soon the world will be in a state of disaster, with unprecedented heatwaves, terrifying storms, widespread water shortages and the extinction of millions of species of plants and animals.