Axelle Rescourio illustrates one of the greatest threats to life on earth, and what we can do to try and help each other help ourselves.
Meriel Clode interrogates the current trend of going vegan in the month of January Veganuary. Flexitarian. Welcome to the jargon of the ‘20s – a decade that has witnessed, in its first week alone, two horrifying consequences of climate change: the Australian bushfires and deadly flooding in Indonesia. Various studies on the causes behind climate […]
Paige Insalaco argues that the Goldsmith’s campus beef ban was the kind of institutional leadership we need to combat the climate crisis and that Exeter uni should follow suit.
Holly Lamb discusses the “culture” of veganism Some claim it started with Deliciously Ella, with her glorious plates of vivid salad bowls and perfectly stylised cookbooks. Others say that the spread of veganism is closely aligned with health, nourishing the body and the mind. But the true question is – what is the future of […]
A plan by the Students’ Guild and vegan food retailer How on Earth to open a shop on campus has been cancelled. The proposed outlet, which would have taken the place of DH2 venue Italiano, was announced on social media by the retailer in late-July. This publicity came before the deal itself had been finalised. […]
“Trying to enforce non-meaty alternatives to phrases like ‘bring home the bacon’ will only harm the veganism cause” writes Jessica Brown for The Guardian. Like me, she sweat buckets trying not to come across as the cliché ‘veggie police’ – the accusation that comes with every plant-based lifestyle. A vegan is someone who doesn’t eat […]
We’re all undoubtedly eager to meet someone we look up to, whether it’s out favourite journalist, actor, or author. In a nutshell, we all look up to public figures at some point in our life for inspiration or through mere gratitude. One of my most admired public speakers is Melanie Joy- a vegan advocate that […]