Best reads of the month - March 2021
Here is a subjective list of March’s top news and articles about veganism, animals and the environment. Enjoy your reading!
A new report makes the link between choosing a plant-based diet and protecting biodiversity:
According to Business Insider, Europe is leading the way in plant-based food innovation:
Earlier in the year, The Vegan Review published an article about what it means to be a vegan, and warns against the research of perfectionism:
The portrait of 5 inspiring female environmental activists:
Veganism is not only about food, but also about travel, and it’s booming!
Garnier products are now certified cruelty-free! But remember: cruelty-free doesn’t mean vegan, and its parent company, L’Oréal, isn’t cruelty-free.
Garnier is actually a proof that the vegan cosmetics market is growing:
A short and sweet article on how EU regulations will still impact the UK after Brexit, with the example of the plant-based dairy censorship legislation:
Stella McCartney created the first clothing in Mylo, the non-leather made from mycelium engineered by Bolt Threads:
2020 was the year of alt-protein; proof is in this article by GFI (the Good Food Institute):
On ProZ.com (a major website for translators), a series of videos and articles put indigenous languages in the spotlight. A goldmine!
Did you notice any other articles you enjoyed this past month? Feel free to let me know in the comments 🌱🐥🌍