Political Veganism

As the vegan movement grows it is important that we do not lose sight of what is truly important and realise the potential of political veganism. We cannot allow ourselves to become dazzled by diet book celebrities and wonder workouts or we risk representing veganism as just another edgy trend. We must instead focus on the ways in which veganism can be promoted as the only way to achieve a sustainable future, and this should Read More …

Super Simple Vegan Spinach Burgers

If you’ve ever had cravings for a good vegan burger you have probably noticed that shop bought ones can get pretty pricey, and many recipes can get quite complicated (with seitan, tofu etc.). This recipe for vegan spinach burgers is great because it is super simple, cheap to make, and the end product is mega tasty and healthy. I picked this recipe up from a friend I was visiting last week in Asturias, Northern Spain, which Read More …

Saving the Slow Loris – Guest Post

This post was written by Joshua Harris-Jones over at Harris-Jones Anthropology on 26/06/2016. The slow loris, you’ve no doubt seen pictures or videos of these adorably cute little creatures all across the internet, but there is a darker side to this trend that needs to be exposed in order to save them from extinction. There is growing awareness of the seriously harmful effects of illegal wildlife trade on loris populations, but many people are still completely Read More …

Meat Free Monday: A Curse in Disguise?

The idea of ‘Meat Free Monday’ has become increasingly popular recently, and many people are praising the progress being made in the name of animal welfare and environmental sustainability. If you are not familiar with the concept, people are encouraged to not consume meat products on Mondays in an effort to improve health, save money and reduce environmental impact. Many argue that this can only be positive, it is a step towards the eventual transition Read More …

Wasting Away – Reducing Your Waste Trail

Humans seem to be extremely good at producing waste, whether it be physical rubbish, water or energy, we manage to waste an extraordinary amount every year. This has become a major issue worldwide and the statistics can be extremely shocking: for example as of 2013, half of all food is wasted worldwide, according to the British Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IME). Hopefully this guide will help you understand how important it is to reduce the amount Read More …