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Go vegan to save the planet

Fight climate change with your fork

Can you imagine if the whole world went vegan? It’s a state of bliss that many of us will only dream about — to know that no animals are having to suffer for human consumption, being tested on for cosmetic products, or used to make over-priced fashion items. However, animal welfare isn’t the only reason more people are choosing to follow a cruelty-free lifestyle. We’ve created a planet which faces unpredictable weather, pollution and biodiversity loss, all because of global warming. We’re driving full throttle towards destruction, but many are shifting the blame — pinning it on the world travellers, fast-fashion addicts and those who still purchase single-use products. But there is a single lifestyle change that can dramatically reduce our individual impact — and that’s veganism.

Veganism has been put under the microscope on many different occasions — to find the impact it has on our health, whether it’s an achievable, realistic lifestyle, and even whether it really is sustainable. As vegans, it’s hard to see any flaws in leading an ethical, plant-based lifestyle. It’s commonly reported that following a vegan diet will help you feel better, both physically and mentally, as you’ll be making cruelty-free choices and saving lives, too. Veganism is certainly a powerful movement — but research is now suggesting that it can even save the world.

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About Vegan Life

Welcome to our April issue. This month we’ve spent a lot of time discussing advocacy at Vegan Life HQ. The internet has undeniably had a huge impact on spreading the vegan message and our cover star, Monami Frost, is one person who uses her platform for good. She tells us why vegans don’t have to compromise and shares her top tips for advocating online. We were lucky enough to talk to Rich Hardy, now head of campaigns at Veganuary, who has spent 20 years working undercover to expose animal cruelty — putting himself in risky and potentially dangerous situations to share the stories of so many voiceless animals. It was great to catch up with Bob from ETHCS to see how the departure of Tim Shieff has changed things for the vegan brand. They’re so passionate about making ethical and vegan clothing easy and accessible to buy, and also have some exciting plans coming up. Tony Galuidi has written a thought provoking piece on how to approach advocacy — it sparked a big office debate, so we rolled the question out to our readers — should we be more supportive of those cutting down meat, but not cutting it out? Read what was said. Have a great month,

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