Can you imagine a world where we produce food out of thin air, independent of climate conditions and traditional agriculture?! This might sound like science fiction, but it's becoming a reality and could be the answer to our global food sustainability challenge.
In Thailand, the Clean Air Act has over 57,357 signatures out of the 75,000 needed to bring this legislation to the forefront of the national conversation!
Thailand must act now to avoid the worst impacts of climate change and secure a sustainable future for its people.
With a group of just over 100, together we planted 3,000 mangroves, created some good news about climate activism, and at the same time as raising awareness about climate change, mangroves and how plant-based food is at the center of all this!
On December 4th 2022, Wildlife Conservation Day, in partnership with our friend Alexander Lang we will be planting for the future! We will plant 4,000 mangroves for wildlife conservation, carbon sequestration and to raise awareness about climate change!
“Beans is How” has just launched at COP27 with the aim to promote the nutritional, environmental, and economic benefits of beans, peas, pulses, lentils and legumes.
Will world leaders rise to the occasion and put us on the path toward a plant-based future that might just have the power to save our planet? Or will COP27 fail to deliver this vital life raft in the 11th hour?
This progressive taxation bill will see farmers in New Zealand pay fees based on their emissions (methane, carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide), as early as 2025.
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Bangkok generates close to 8,000 tons of garbage each day and more than half of that is food waste! To counter this issue, the BMA has launched a 2-ton and 5-ton garbage truck!
The catering at the G7 summit held in Germany last weekend was completely meat-free (vegan and vegetarian), with fish and meat only available upon request.
With the recent opening of Benjakatii forest park, an extension of Benjakitti park, we’ve never been more spoilt for choice of beautiful green spaces to reconnect with nature and get a break from the traffic and some much-needed fresh air.
“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
We have specifically listed packaging that is at-home compostable and also meal-plan membership programs that provide re-usable containers.
The new law introduced in France is expected to eliminate 1 billion pieces of single use plastic annually.
According to Google’s “Year In Search”, Google searches for “vegan food near me” was identified as a breakthrough term and experienced a more than 5,000% increase in 2021!
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.
If world leaders continue failing to take drastic action on climate, this could just be the beginning.
Thailand might just be the best and most realistic case study and model for a sustainable future of food. So what’s stopping the world from making this simple switch for good to save our planet?
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This new must-watch documentary highlights the link between animal agriculture & environmental destruction, encouraging viewers to switch to a plant-based diet to help fight climate change.
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.
Climate change is, rapid, intensifying, and in some places, irreversible.
The impact animal products have on the planet does not stop at food. Animal products used for fashion have a significant impact on our environment...
Researchers have shown how disposable face masks could be recycled to make roads, in a circular economy solution to pandemic-generated waste.
Pork is the most commonly consumed meat in Thailand, but many are unaware of the industry’s potential to cause another global pandemic.
Could these diamonds help reverse climate change? American fine jewellery company Aether has created the world’s first positive-impact, carbon negative diamonds that capture CO2 from the air and turn it into diamonds.