• Marion Bazzoli

Best reads of the month - February 2021


Best reads of February 2021 - Veganism, Animals, Environment (Image courtesy: Glen Carrie on Unsplash)
Best reads of February 2021 - Veganism, Animals, Environment (Image courtesy: Glen Carrie on Unsplash)

Here is a subjective list of February’s top news and articles about veganism, animals and the environment. Enjoy your reading!



Debunking the myth about soy and deforestation:

https://www.onegreenplanet.org/environment/why-tofu-consumption-is-not-responsible-for-soy-related-deforestation/


A petition asking the EU to reject a new amendment going against plant-based milk:

https://stopam171.com/


On the 12th March 2021, do not forget to attend the Global Forest Summit:

https://www.globalforestsummit.org/


Livekindly wrote an article on mindfulness and sustainability ̶ I had to share this article since I have been practising mindfulness meditation for almost 3 years now!

https://www.livekindly.co/mindfulness-sustainability-how-to-practice/


About vegan certification and the four most frequent ones (tip: in France the #1 is the V-label, and I have personally never seen the Certified Vegan label here!)

https://theveganreview.com/what-does-vegan-certification-mean-and-is-it-necessary/


An interesting summary of a new study on the psychology of flexitarians VS vegetarians ̶ and the arguments to use to entice them eating plant-based.

https://faunalytics.org/the-psychology-of-flexitarianism/


Why do people think veganism is expensive? Very good points in this article.

https://theveganreview.com/why-people-think-veganism-expensive/


Another excellent article by The Vegan Review, denouncing Nestlé’s marketing tactics.

https://theveganreview.com/nestle-vegan-kitkat-launch-child-labour-lawsuit/


UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) wrote a report, “Making peace with nature”

https://www.unep.org/interactive/making-peace-nature/


On Ecosia’s blog, an article making the connection between the loss of biodiversity and of indigenous languages ̶ and the need, of course, to protect them both.

https://blog.ecosia.org/eco-grammar/


Did you notice any other articles you enjoyed this past month? Feel free to let me know in the comments 🌱🐥🌍

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