“Pets make us happier and healthier. Unfortunately, they also have a huge environmental impact. We can reduce this by adopting instead of buying and by thinking carefully about our pets’ environmental pawprints.” - Dr Natalie Cooper, Researcher & Scientist
A recent study points out that, in order to achieve climate goals and secure global food security, meat consumption must be reduced by at least 75%
Thai model, singer, presenter and animal protection ambassador Maria Poonlertlarp has received a lot of criticism over a comment she posted on the 2021 Miss Universe Anchilee Scott Kemmis’s recent Instagram post of her holding a leather bag.
"The key is to read people carefully and evaluate how much they are willing to digest. If we hit them over the head to force them to change, we all lose!" - Tom
Last week the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation banned coral damaging sunscreen in National Parks in Thailand helping to protect coral reefs and marine life.
Pork is the most commonly consumed meat in Thailand, but many are unaware of the industry’s potential to cause another global pandemic.
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If you want to cut out or minimise your seafood intake after watching Seaspiracy, here are 10 plant-based seafood options you can buy in Bangkok to help you save our oceans and our planet.
The world’s largest tuna producer and one of the world’s largest producers of seafood, Thai Union, has announced their plans to release a tempura vegan shrimp product this year.
1. Eat Enough! Plant-based foods are much lower in calories so you have to eat a lot more to stay full. Say hello to bigger portion sizes to keep you satisfied and on the wagon!
There’s a long-standing misconception that plant-based food is expensive. But when you break it down, some of the highest sources of plant-based protein (and the healthiest sources of protein overall) are actually some of the cheapest foods in the world.
Eat Just, the company well known for their plant-based egg product, Just Egg, has had their animal-free, lab grown chicken approved for sale by Singapore’s Food Agency. This is the first country in the world to approve lab grown meat for sale.