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Grief and loss remain taboo subjects in many parts of the world; opening up about it is sometimes considered revolutionary
The Think Tank wants to help activists become more effective in what they do by inspiring them to use theories of social change to guide their actions
'We can't compartmentalize our lives, given that we are meaning-making creatures whose lives are underpinned by our values, beliefs and ways in which we deal with our existential realities'
This is Part 2 of a two-part interview. Part 1 explored how Dr. Melanie Joy's advocacy work focuses on asking people to be ‘as vegan as possible' to build a more inclusive and resilient movement
It's important that the numbers of reducetarians and those who are open to veganism and supportive of veganism, if not wholly vegan themselves, continue to rise, according to Dr. Melanie Joy
The multiple World Record athlete talks openly and candidly about her life, her running, her veganism and the animals she cares for
This famous stat is often used to illustrate how many people abandon vegan and vegetarian diets. But how accurate is it?
Maybe farmers need to consider if, feeling insecure, they are judging vegans more harshly than they deserve?
Animal advocates face challenges - but the tide is turning, says one leading voice
There may be as few as 12 of the animals left
It's time to talk to the men in your life and ask them: so what's stopping you be vegan?
We're on the verge of meat-free revolution. Who's driving it?
Science has proved the badger cull isn't working - why is it still going on?
Diane McConnel and Judith Fiore completely changed their lives with a plant-based diet
A shocking amount of good food ends up as landfill - we need to work together to win the battle on waste
We don't yet understand the way animals minds work - or how they interact with the rest of the world