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Seaspiracy rocks the boat

In Animal rights, Animal welfare, Blog, Reviews, Sustainability by MurielLeave a Comment

I watched the newly-released Seaspiracy last week, along with many thousands of others: it’s been in the Top 10 in several countries around the world in the first few days of its release on Netflix. It’s from the makers of Cowspiracy and What the Health, with a distinctly similar style of exposing an industry and the environmental organisations that are covertly supporting it.

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5 ways that we can do better in 2021

In Anti-racism, Blog, Ethics, Feminism, Intersectionality, Sustainability, Veganism by Muriel2 Comments

I’m not one to set New Year’s Resolutions, but this year is different. The shit-storm that was 2020 has taught me a lot, especially this: we need to do better. Yes, do Veganuary. Yes, call your family more. But these things alone are not enough, while the world is reeling from the impacts of COVID-19 and the ongoing climate crisis. As …

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For the love of soy

In Blog, Nutrition, Sustainability by MurielLeave a Comment

I’ve been vegan almost 10 years, and even now, I hear the adage about soy being unsustainable (or a health threat) almost as often as I did back then. The livestock industry has done a pretty good job at vilifying this little bean. Nowhere in the history of agriculture has a bean caused so much upset in the world – …