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As the world is facing a climate emergency, the event will focus on promoting the positive link between veganism and the environment, whilst also addressing health and ethical concerns. 

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It’s Veganuary!

Perceptions about veganism and We’re discussing veganism within the context of climate breakdown, biodiversity collapse and animal welfare.
But also the positive impact that becoming a vegan can have for both physical and mental wellbeing.

According to Brendan Montague the editor of The Ecologist.
He has experienced one huge disappointment about becoming vegan a year ago: it was no longer edgy and radical. It has  – been far too easy. It hasn’t really been much of a conversation starter, only discussed around logistics he admitted.
And to mark the occasion we have a load of New Year goodies!

At yesterday launched a report with the Vegan Society about attitudes to veganism, based on survey answers from you, our newsletter subscribers. A massive thank you for taking part!
Our sister print magazine, Resurgence & Ecologist, has also devoted much of the current issue – titled A Lot on Our Plates – to the issue of vegan diets.
We have a new block on our front page so our vegan articles are featured front and centre.
Two of the leading vegan organisations globally are brought together as The Vegan Society has become an official partner of Veganuary for 2020. 

Brendan Montague is editor of The Ecologist. Read The Ecologist and Vegan Society report online. Image: Tallys_art. Unity Diner, Hoxton. Also WATCH Links👉 https://youtu.be/KN6ybNSVmqA    https://youtu.be/snJnoCzHz4M

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