Jessica Holifield discusses whether changing to a vegetarian diet is a solution to the environmental crisis.
Tamara Moule considers how a recent increase in the popularity of avocados has impacted Mexico in a series of unexpected ways
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. […]
I ‘ve been a strict vegetarian for 9 years now, and have never looked back. Immediately after watching Jamie Oliver’s controversial BBC program “Fowl Dinners” one evening in 2008, my mum and I decided to try vegetarianism; something that seemed so foreign to us at the time as a family of near-carnivores. It was much […]
‘Cranky’, ‘loony’ and ‘bizzare’. This was the media’s level-headed response last week to comments made by Kerry McCarthy, Labour’s new Shadow Secretary for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Following her appointment to Jeremy Corbyn’s Shadow Cabinet, comments made during an interview in April with animal rights magazine Viva!Life were dug up and published as ‘news’. […]
Vegetarianism appears to be an increasingly popular phenomenon. You’ve probably been affected by it at some point, whether it’s that awkward moment at the BBQ, your die hard ‘meat-is-murder’ flatmate, or conversely a lack of veggie options not involving goat’s cheese! But does being a vegetarian make someone more or less moral? Is it an […]