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Bryan Adams – 35 Years of Compassion Preview


Bryan Adams – 35 Years of Compassion Preview

Vegan Life Talks to Bryan Adams about going vegan, his environmental work and his passion for photography   Bryan Adams is a global superstar and you don’t need us to tell you that he is one of the most successful singer/songwriters in history. It is, however, less well-known that Bryan Adams is a record producer,…

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Vegan Entrepreneurs and The Rise of Conscious Brands

conscious brands

We talk to the new wave of vegan entrepreneurs that are working towards bringing awareness and ‘giving back’ to society   Remember the old Wall Street mantra of the 80s? It decreed that ‘greed is good’. While that mind-set may still be evident in large sectors of the business community, a growing number of entrepreneurs…

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What are the Effects of Artificial Light Pollution on the Environment?

light pollution

Vegan Life touches on the subject of artificial light pollution and the effects that it has on the environment and ourselves   There’s something comforting about the idea of taking a moment to sit beneath the moon and stars. Sometimes it feels like semi-darkness darkness has the power to cure a multitude of toxic thoughts.…

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How Much Can You Bear? New Campaign Exposes Vietnam’s Bear Bile Farms

Bear bile has been used in traditional Asian medicine for thousands of years. It is believed to treat conditions including liver disease, diabetes, and heart disease and is even used as a hangover cure. In the past bear bile would be obtained by hunting wild bears and killing them to remove their gallbladder. However, in…

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Photographer Jo-Anne McArthur on How Animals Live in our Environment

We Animals

Photographer Jo-Anne McArthur talks to us about We Animals, the project that aims to show how animals really live in our human environment   World-renowned photojournalist, author, and educator Jo-Anne McArthur has been documenting our complex relationship with animals around the world and across all seven continents for over a decade. Her project, We Animals, represents…

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Katie Chabriere on Palm Oil and Veganism’s link to Conservation

neotropical primate conservation

Vegan Life spoke to Katie Chabriere, a trustee of the Neotropical Primate Conservation, and she talked to us about Palm Oil and the link between veganism and conservation   Palm oil. A word that for most people conjures up the image of an emaciated orangutan, homeless in a razed Malaysian wasteland that used to be…

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Writer Dixe Willis on Writing, Veganism, and Travel


We spoke to writer Dixe Willis about the best way to travel, veganism, and his latest edition of ‘Tiny Campsites’   “No travel is completely eco-friendly. You’re going to damage things whatever you do, but I try to do as little damage as I possibly can. My preferred transport is train and bicycle – certainly…

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The ‘Leftover’ Leather Lie Exposed

Vegan Life exposes the barbaric leather industry which is stealing animal skin in the name of fashion     Shoes, cars, belts, bags, clothing, furniture — leather is everywhere. It is a product which has become synonymous with luxury and quality and at times it feels impossible to avoid.   There seems to be a…

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Jude’s Mission to Become the First Vegan to Row Across the Atlantic

Ocean Brothers

In January 2018 Jude Massey and brother Greg, aka the ‘Ocean Brothers’, will attempt to row the 3,000 mile journey across the Atlantic Ocean.   Attempting a 3,000 mile journey across the Atlantic is courageous – but it’s even more impressive when the person facing the challenge describes themselves as a ‘novice’ when it comes…

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Duplicity Part 2: Liberate Your Conscience

By Alex on Fruits Read Duplicity Part 1. An animal in captivity is one of the saddest things. Aquariums, marine parks, zoos, petting zoos, circuses, and the like are animal prisons. Vegans don’t go to these places of “entertainment”. Vegans also don’t wear animal skin and fur or support animal testing. Fur farms are the…

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Water Vole Reintroduction At Malham Tarn

Katie Chabriere talks to Roisin Black, Yorkshire Dales ranger at Malham Tarn Field Centre, about the water vole reintroduction project taking place there. KC: Why have water voles declined so much, and why use Malham Tarn as a reintroduction site? RB: One of the main problems is that 90% of our waterways, the voles’ habitat, have disappeared or…

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Evanna Lynch – Role Model For New Vegans And Veg-Curious People

Evanna Lynch

Irish actress Evanna Lynch talks to us about her gradual transition in to veganism, Luna Lovegood, and launching her own vegan podcast   I’m sitting in a pen with half a dozen eight-week-old baby lambs at Hugletts Wood Farm animal sanctuary in Sussex on a fresh April afternoon. Two best friends sit side by side,…

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