In the second part of her guide to veganism, Ella Barnes discusses how to ace vegan breakfasts, lunches and dinners.
Sasha Mills writes about the recent Boohoo fast-fashion scandal, questioning whether this type of industry will have a place any longer.
Tolstoy, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Franz Kafka. Some of literature’s greatest, whose meat-free diets all beg the same question: how deep can getting Greggs’ vegan sausage roll really be? As it turns out, pretty deep. Hipsters and certain brands of vegan activism may have changed their image, but plant-based diets have roots as a subversive, anti-capitalist, Read More…
Alex Burgar documents her adventures in gardening from tomatoes that turned out to be broccoli to becoming potato specialists, she makes a wonderful case for getting green in quarantine.
Molly Ross writes about the importance of eco-friendly period practices for a sustainable lifestyle. She runs through lots of options on how to do this from reusable tampon applicators to period pants.
“It’s not just what nature can add to an evening walk though, it’s what nature can give: calm, solitude, space, and clarity.”
We are witnessing events the likes of which haven’t been seen for centuries. At least, not in this country. I’m talking about white storks, of course.
“The key question on environmentalists’ minds is whether the pandemic will permanently change an industry already under pressure from investors concerned with its role in the climate crisis.”