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Bird Flu Risks in Dairy Cattle, Net Zero Emissions in Agrifood & more | Month in a Minute

The May 2024 edition of Sentient Media's popular Month in a Minute series is here! Watch their 60-second recap of the top stories in animals, food and farming.

A new study finds isotopic evidence of a high reliance on plant food among Later Stone Age hunter-gatherers in Morocco, challenging the prevailing notion of a high reliance on animal proteins among pre-agricultural humans.

Lab-grown meat is banned in Florida and Alabama, while Iowa signs in a law requiring lab-grown meat to be clearly labeled.

Japan's new 9,300-ton whaling vessel sets sail on its first hunt with plans to catch around 200 whales by the end of the year.

Cows have human flu receptors, a new study shows, raising the stakes on a bird flu outbreak in dairy cattle.

Meanwhile the Biden Administration is to pay dairy farmers for bird flu protective measures, after farm owners have been reluctant to allow state and federal officials access to cows due to fears of the financial consequences.

A new report from The World Bank on achieving net zero emissions in the Agrifood system suggests shifting subsidies for red meat and dairy toward lower-emission foods, such as poultry or fruits and vegetables.

Another yacht sinks after the latest incident involving orcas in the strait of Gibraltar, continuing a trend that was first reported in May 2020.

And wolverines are to be reintroduced into Colorado after being wiped out from the state in the early 1900s.

Narration by Jasmine C. Perry

Watch all this and more in the May media recap!


Bird Flu Risks in Dairy Cattle, Net Zero Emissions in Agrifood & more | Month in a Minute

Have a little more time?

Browse more top stories here: sentientmedia.org/the-month-in-a-minute-may-2024

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"My struggles with veganism" – Earthling Ed

During my recent Italian book tour, I had a lot of opportunities to speak to vegans. As a result, I was able to hear lots of very moving, profound and inspiring stories. These stories and the questions I was asked really got me thinking about the vegan experience and what it's like to exist as a vegan in a non-vegan world, as well as some of the challenges, trials and hardships that we face.

Non-vegans presume that the hardest part of going vegan is finding food or getting enough vitamin B12 and yet, in my experience, these are far from the hardest part of being vegan. So in my most recent video, I thought I would sit down and chat about my experience as a vegan and what I genuinely struggle with. I’d love to know in the comments if you agree with what I say and for you to share your own experiences too.


My struggles with veganism.

Get Ed's most recent book: How to Argue With a Meat Eater (And Win Every Time)

A follow-up to his first book, the the best-selling This Is Vegan Propaganda: (And Other Lies the Meat Industry Tells You)

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The truth about cheap chicken with Veganuary's Chris Packham

Veganuary ambassador Chris Packham shares the truth about cheap chicken and the part it plays in deforestation, biodiversity loss, carbon emissions, water pollution and, of course, animal cruelty.

Learn more about choosing chicken-free here: veganuary.com/choosechickenfree


Chris Packham - The Truth About Cheap Chicken

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Have you seen POODUNNIT? A Wildlife Detective Story??

Chris says "Soy, from Brazil, driven down the M5 to chicken farms on the side of the River Wye ..."

Dying Wye. Why?

You may have seen and heard about the bad conditions on our waterways, rivers, lakes, shores and coasts. Clean water is precious, both to us and wildlife, as Sir David Attenborough has stressed in his major wildlife conservation series on BBC 1, “Wild Isles”. Fixing it will be a massive challenge and costs will be high affecting what we will have to pay. But who is getting richer too? And how? It’s a scandal, involving what amounts to a crime, or rather a number of crimes.

So, in addition to the massive media coverage and long-term news campaigns, we offer a film “POODUNNIT?”

Different from the inevitable foul examples in what were pristine rivers “POODUNNIT?” tracks down the potential culprits with several Sherlock Holmes logos (+ farts!) in an hour-long hunt for the criminals on one of Britain’s most favourite rivers – the Wye, which flows between England and Wales – 155 miles. The journey follows the threatened Wye, through one year, from source to sea, using that ace fisherman the heron, and the handsome wild duck the mallard, as our guides, revealing whodunit? along the course of the dying Wye.

This is a wildlife detective story, very watchable, somewhat tongue-in-cheek, but with a serious intention, plus outstanding wildlife film production values with BBC Natural History Unit experience. Watch it. Become a Sherlock Holmes and find out! “POODUNNIT?” Whodunnit? Is doing it?


POODUNNIT? – A Wildlife Detective Story

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“In the Wye, the big problem is intensive chicken farming" - @HughFW

Also read: River Wye needs ‘protection zone’, say Greens and Fearnley-Whittingstall – North Herefordshire candidate and chef also call for water industry overhaul and more support for farmers ...

The Green party and the celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall are calling for a “protection zone” to be placed around one of the UK’s most beautiful but threatened rivers and have demanded “drastic” nationwide changes to the water industry’s management and regulation. Here: theguardian.com/environment/article/2024/jun/26/river-wye-needs-protection-zone-say-greens-and-fearnley-whittingstall

Visit: brockinitiative.org/poodunnit

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Bird Flu in Cattle? WHO Raises Alarm as U.S. Faces Growing Dairy Crisis | Month in a Minute

The April 2024 edition of Sentient Media's popular Month in a Minute series is here! Watch their 60-second recap of the top stories in animals, food and farming.

The U.S. Meat Lobby Celebrates the ‘Positive Outcome’ of COP28, as initiatives failed to set binding targets, or broach the question of reducing herds of ruminant livestock.

Meanwhile, experts say the UN livestock emissions report, released at Cop28, seriously distorted our work, by underestimating the potential of reduced meat intake to cut agricultural emissions, with systematic errors, poor framing, and highly inappropriate use of source data.

In Europe, French farmers pour manure on the office of a biodiversity agency, amid warnings that the EU green deal is at ‘very high’ risk of being killed off if the far right made significant gains in the June EU parliamentary elections

Colombian Amazon deforestation surges as armed groups tighten grip, with a 40% increase in the first three months of this year than in 2023, due to the encroachment of cattle farming.

Bird flu jumping to humans is an ‘enormous concern’, says the World Health Organisation, as experts suggest ground-up chicken waste fed to cattle may be behind the bird flu outbreak in US cows, which is now at 33 dairy farms and counting.

And The American Association of Bovine Practitioners reacts by urging others to stop referring to it as "bird flu in cattle" in order to “maintain confidence in the safety and accessibility of beef and dairy products for consumers” - just in time for the FDA to announce they found bird flu particles in pasteurized milk.

Narration by Jasmine C. Perry

Watch all this and more in the April media recap!


Bird Flu in Cattle? WHO Raises Alarm as U.S. Faces Growing Dairy Crisis | Month in a Minute

Have a little more time?

Browse more top stories here: sentientmedia.org/the-month-in-a-minute-april-2024

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Why ‘I Could Never Go Vegan’ wants to change the way we all eat

5 life-changing revelations from the hard-hitting new doc

There are plenty of films that act as polemics for the vegan-curious – and if you’ve watched one, you’re probably already on the path. None, however, have hit upon the ingenious format of UK filmmaker Thomas Pickering’s new doc I Could Never Go Vegan. One by one, the film addresses the excuses even the most environmentally-conscious and animal-loving omnivores make for resisting the lure of the plant-based lifestyle.

Backed by exec-producer and committed vegan Alicia Silverstone, this persuasive doc busts meat-eating myths and challenges the arguments against a plant-based lifestyle. Here’s five things we learned from the film.

1. You need to eat more fibre – a lot more
2. You don’t need meat to get built
3. You – personally – can save a 100 animals this year
4. Soy boys make the best lovers
5. Plant-based diets may save the planet

Read more: timeout.com/uk/news/why-i-could-never-go-vegan-wants-to-change-the-way-we-all-eat-041624


I Could Never Go Vegan | Official Trailer

Visit: icouldnevergovegan.co.uk

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Animal Rising Channel Now on UnchainedTV

The new Animal Rising Channel on UnchainedTV shows videos of the daring UK animal rights organization known for their press-grabbing, direct-action campaigns

In the last few years, activists with the famous UK animal rights group Animal Rising have repeatedly used dramatic protests to make front page headlines in British media. Now, they have another platform to spread their message: the Animal Rising Channel on UnchainedTV.

Animal Rising has made global news with its risk-taking actions. These include disrupting the most important horse racing event in the UK called The Grand National, rescuing lambs from one of King Charles’ estates, and occupying massive dairy factories. Many of the activists have been arrested — some of them tackled quite brutally — and faced prosecution for their daring, but non-violent, actions. However, this is a price many of them seem willing to pay to reach bigger audiences with their animal rights message. After a rebranding in 2023, Animal Rising activists stand out as a unit by wearing matching pink sweatshirts with an upside-down letter A.

While celebrating the launch of the new channel, UnchainedTV’s Jane Velez-Mitchell talked to Animal Rising Co-Directors Ben Newman and Rose Patterson. You can watch their conversation and more here: unchainedtv.com/2024/04/11/animal-rising-channel-now-on-unchainedtv


Why Animal Rising Makes Headlines!

Visit: watch.unchainedtv.com/animal-rising

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As Netflix documentary My Octopus Teacher showed, these marvellous creatures are too intelligent to be factory farmed — Philip Lymbery

The mind of an octopus can be compared to a three-year-old child’s. Are we really going to trap them in barren tanks of water while they await slaughter for food?

Camera-shutter eyes blinked as tentacles waved like an elephant’s trunk. A pink, bulbous head formed the epicentre of a complexity of flesh waiting to make the next move. Yet, there was nowhere to go. It was a travesty of nature. An octopus trying to figure out why on earth they were trapped in a barren tank. A snapshot of something that should never be. An animal of the wide oceans now confined for farming’s new frontier.

Octopus are fascinating creatures suffused with nervousness and famed for their intelligence. The brain of an octopus has 500 million neurons, making them as smart as a dog or three-year-old child. But unlike us, an octopus’s neurons are arranged throughout their entire body. Curious problem-solvers, they have a long memory. They can remember how to open a screw-top jar months later. In captivity, they’ve been known to squirt keepers they don’t like and steal fish from adjacent tanks.

If that wasn’t enough to put anyone off farming them, then perhaps their appetite for other fish should make us think again. It means that captive rearing is far from a free lunch. It relies on catching wild fish to feed them. Which means taking three times more weight of fish from the ocean as feed than given back by the ‘end product’. So rather than protecting the oceans, farming octopus would put them under yet more pressure.

Yet, farming octopus is something now being seriously considered by some ... Read more: philip-ciwf.medium.com/as-netflix-documentary-my-octopus-teacher-showed-these-marvellous-creatures-are-too-intelligent-to-ab7bc7cddefc

Award-winning Netflix documentary My Octopus Teacher brought the sensitivities of these intelligent creatures to our living rooms. It showed South Africa-based filmmaker, Craig Foster exploring an underwater kelp forest where he befriended a curious young octopus. Foster described how the greatest lesson his octopus mentor taught him was that humans are part of the natural world around us, and not simply visitors.

And therein lies a lesson: that we should avoid repeating the mistakes of the past by bringing yet more species into degrading farm practices. That compassion, respect, and kinship should be at the forefront of how we treat the fellow creatures with whom we share this lonely planet.


My Octopus Teacher | Official Trailer | Netflix

A filmmaker forges an unusual friendship with an octopus living in a South African kelp forest, learning as the animal shares the mysteries of her world.

Amphibious Soul: Finding the wild in a tame world by Craig Foster

An awe-inspiring narrative about the power of nature and our place within it, from the creator of My Octopus Teacher, filmmaker Craig Foster.

An adventure story, love story, travelogue, naturalist memoir, and spiritual guide, Craig Foster's Amphibious Soul is a scientist and adventurer’s perspective on “rewilding” – developing a deep connection to our animal selves that can reinvigorate our lives. Told in Craig’s warm and passionate voice, this extraordinary book will change not only the way we interact with the natural world, but the way we fundamentally see ourselves.

Published by Thorsons, 23rd May 2024, available at Amazon.co.uk

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Is Veganism Dead? Mic The Vegan investigates ...

Are all the hot and smart people no longer vegan and instead eating meat and drinking raw milk like one carnivore tweet claims?

What about those closing restaurants and underwhelming plant-based companies?


Is Veganism Dead?

Support Mike here: patreon.com/micthevegan

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‘Food For Profit’: The New Documentary On Factory Farming In Europe

Food For Profit explores the huge business of European factory farming

An explosive new animal rights documentary is set for release later this year.

Food For Profit is the result of a five-year investigation by journalist Guilia Innocenzi into the links between the European Parliament and the 387 billion euros-funded factory farming industry. Co-directed by Innocenzi and Pablo D’Ambrosi, the film premiered at the European Parliament in Brussels in February this year.

An English-language film that features international experts on the farming industry, some have already dubbed it ‘the European Cowspiracy’. One description from an Italian TV show said that it “makes Europe tremble.”

Speaking to Plant Based News (PBN) about the film, D’Ambrosi said: “Europeans think that the meat and dairy that are consuming is of high quality, essentially different from the cheap meat that Americans or Chinese are eating. In Food For Profit, we show that in reality there is no difference, in fact, 90 percent of the meat consumed in Europe comes from factory farms.”

Read more: plantbasednews.org/culture/film/food-for-profit-documentary


FOOD FOR PROFIT - Official Trailer English

Visit: foodforprofit.com
Follow: instagram.com/foodforprofit

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"A whistle-stop tour of common objections to veganism": I Could Never Go Vegan

When you're covering this much ground, is it possible for a documentary to avoid being disjointed and incomplete?

Vegans are asked a lot of questions, and they're often very repetitive. Sick of answering the same queries again and again about their veganism, Yorkshire filmmakers Thomas and James Pickering wanted to create a definitive answer to people's most common objections. So they made I Could Never Go Vegan, a documentary released across the UK and Ireland on 19 April with a preview in Sheffield next week.

I Could Never Go Vegan is a whistle-stop tour of common objections to veganism, covering questions including whether vegans get enough protein and vitamin B12, whether it's unaffordable to go vegan, and whether animals are there for us to eat.

Seeing myth after myth about veganism being dispelled is satisfying as a viewer. On ethical and environmental grounds, veganism is better than eating meat in many ways, and I Could Never Go Vegan talks to experts, as well as other vegans, as a response to many of the common myths and misconceptions about a vegan diet.


I Could Never Go Vegan | Official Trailer

Read more: nowthenmagazine.com/articles/a-whistle-stop-tour-of-common-objections-to-veganism-i-could-never-go-vegan

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Jane Goodall Is 90! Activist Releases Celeb-Packed Animal Conservation Short Film for Her Birthday

Alicia Silverstone, Ellen Burstyn, and Sen. Cory Booker, among others, joined Goodall in narrating a four-minute short film.

When someone as incredible as Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute, UN Messenger of Peace turns 90, you'd expect nothing less than a birthday celebration that not only commemorates her environmental and animal activism, but also invites others to join in the fight. That's exactly what fans of the beloved ethologist got on Goodall's 90th birthday, when a celebrity-packed short film was released in Goodall's honor.

The film begins with an opening statement from Goodall herself, before including the familiar voices of Ellen Burstyn, James Cromwell, Nikki Reed, and so many other eco-conscious, vegan, and animal-loving celebs. Before you join the legions of other activists in having a slice of vegan birthday cake to celebrate Goodall's milestone birthday, please take a moment to watch the short film and get a better understanding of what her life mission is all about.

Jane Goodall turned 90 on April 3, 2024, and is celebrating her birthday with a new short film about animal conservation.

Voices of Hope ~ Words of Wisdom by Dr. Jane Goodall is a rallying cry for those who share in Goodall's belief that humans aren't the only ones capable of complex emotions. The film combines heart wrenching imagery combined with strongly worded voiceovers, begging people to be more mindful of how they interact with animals and the environment.

Not only does Voices of Hope ~ Words of Wisdom by Dr. Jane Goodall touch on the human impacts felt by creatures both big and small, but it takes aim at the factory farms and slaughterhouses where animals being raised for agriculture spend their brutally short lives; it also looks towards the future, touching on climate change and so much more.

Read more: greenmatters.com/environmental-leaders/jane-goodall-90th-birthday-short-film


Voices of Hope ~ Words of Wisdom by Dr. Jane Goodall

“I’ve spent my life working with and for animals. I was born loving them and wanting to learn about them.”

In honor of Dr. Jane Goodall’s milestone 90th birthday, Mercy For Animals and the Jane Goodall Institute are thrilled to release a special short film, Voices of Hope ~ Words of Wisdom by Dr. Jane Goodall, that we produced to commemorate Dr. Goodall’s lifetime of powerful advocacy on behalf of animals, people, and the planet.

The film features an ensemble of esteemed and passionate public figures from all over the world reciting Dr. Goodall’s inspiring words of wisdom. We hope that everyone who watches this film will be uplifted and empowered to make positive choices and changes in the world this year and beyond. In honor of Dr. Goodall, “together we can, together we will.”

Visit: mercyforanimals.org
Plant-Based Lifestyle: chooseveg.com
See: janegoodall.org
Roots & Shoots: rootsandshoots.org

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10 Times CELEBS Spoke About VEGANISM

Plant Based News compiled 10 BIG moments where famous celebs talked about veganism.
From the reasons behind their decisions to the significant impacts it has had on their health, environment, and beliefs, each story is a testament to the growing trend of veganism in the spotlight.


10 Times CELEBS Spoke About VEGANISM

Support PBN here: plantbasednews.org/supportus

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Piers Morgan Blasts Vegan Filmmakers Who Claim Jesus Was Vegetarian

Piers Morgan Uncensored is joined by filmmakers Kip Anderson and Kameron Waters to discuss their latest documentary Christspiracy, which claims evidence has been uncovered that suggests Jesus Christ was a vegetarian.

Piers Morgan fumes at 'offensive' claims Jesus Christ had a 'plant-based' vegetarian diet. Piers Morgan went head-to-head with two vegan filmmakers who claimed Jesus was a vegetarian in a fiery debate on his show Uncensored.

Piers Morgan fumes Jesus wasn't a vegetarian

Piers Moran was joined by filmmakers Kip Anderson and Kameron Waters to discuss their latest documentary film in the latest installment of Uncensored. The two filmmakers claim they have "evidence" that suggests Jesus Christ was a vegetarian and explore such findings in their film, Christspiracy.


Piers Morgan Blasts Vegan Filmmakers Who Claim Jesus Was Vegetarian

More here: express.co.uk/celebrity-news/1883901/piers-morgan-fumes-offensive-vegan-vegetarian-jesus-claims-uncensored


Christspiracy | Official Theatrical Teaser

Find out moee about Christpiracy here: christspiracy.com/videos

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Cheep! Very Cheap! Chickens!

The food chain links Tesco, Morrisons, McDonald’s, Nandos and M&S with ever more intensively reared chickens, that’s more demand at lower prices from more and more consumers = us.

Not only do these factory farms produce air pollution, but famously, now, the manure that has wrecked the beautiful (was) River Wye that borders Wales and England.  (see “POODUNNIT” www.brockinitiative.org)

American giant corporation Cargill, plus Avara in the UK are in the (extremely) big business of supplying food for chickens, probably grown on cleared forests. So we are at the end of that food chain – not exactly chicken-feed….

Last year 1.1 billion living crowded creatures were slaughtered for meat in the UK, while Britons consume an estimated 80 million eggs a day (The i 27/4/2024)


POODUNNIT? – A Wildlife Detective Story

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The Paris Climate Agreement, Bird Flu Found in US Milk Supply & more | Month in a Minute

The March 2024 edition of Sentient Media's popular Month in a Minute series is here! Watch their 60-second recap of the top stories in animals, food and farming.

Jeff Bezos pledges $60 million to alternative-meat research, with a focus on lowering costs, increasing quality, and boosting nutritional benefits.

Meanwhile Florida legislature passes a ban on cultivated meat, with representatives stating "Cultured meat is made by man. Real meat is made by God himself.”

A first-of-its-kind study looking at options for a Paris-compliant livestock sector suggests that emissions from livestock must peak before 2025, followed by a 61% reduction by 2036.

A new report looking at the big-name financiers bankrolling livestock finds that since 2015, over half a trillion dollars in credit has been provided to the world’s largest 55 industrial livestock companies, fueling the expansion of global meat and dairy production.

In Wisconsin, satellites spotlight illegal manure spreading, by analyzing troves of aerial photographs to teach computers to recognize when farmers butter the land with livestock poop during the winter.

Bird flu is found in US milk for first time in Texas, Kansas and New Mexico.

Bamboo can provide a new source of protein ‘similar to cow’s milk’ according to a study by the China National Bamboo Research Centre, who argue the shoots are rich in protein, dietary fiber, minerals, and vitamins.

And in Germany Burger King makes plant-based meals cheaper than meat.

Narration by Jasmine C. Perry

Watch all this and more in the March media recap!


The Paris Climate Agreement, Bird Flu Found in US Milk Supply & more | Month in a Minute

Have a little more time?

Browse more top stories here: sentientmedia.org/the-month-in-a-minute-march-2024

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How Netflix Is Driving the Plant-Based Shift: A Timeline

Over the past decade, Netflix has hosted a number of impactful films and series that have changed the way many of us think, eat, and behave..

It’s hard to imagine a time when you couldn’t just open Netflix and have access to hundreds of movies, sitcoms, drama series, and hard-hitting documentaries. But actually, the streaming site has only really been a big part of our lives since the early 2010s. Weird, right? It started as a DVD service in the late 1990s, before pivoting to streaming in 2007, three years later it launched its first stream-only plan. And the rest, as they say, is history.

Now, Netflix is such a big part of our day-to-day lives that it can influence everything from what songs we listen to (queue Kate Bush’s Running Up That Hill) to what clothes we wear (thanks Bridgerton for the Regency revival) to which issues we care about. The global streaming giant is packed with impactful climate crisis-, diet-, and animal welfare-related content, and it’s had a big effect on how many of us see the world.

In fact, we would go so far as to say that Netflix—which boasts more than 80 million subscribers in the US and Canada alone—has played (and still is playing) a key role in making plant-based diets and ethical consumerism mainstream.

Over the last 10 years, it has hosted some of the most hard-hitting exposés on the food industry (Cowspiracy and What the Health are just two examples) and helped to inspire many people around the world (including famous names) to change their eating habits for good. It has also changed how countless people see animals in the entertainment industry (looking at you, Blackfish) and made more of us want to reach for plant-based, whole foods over processed products (Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones is just one recent example).

To help demonstrate just how much Netflix has helped turn us all into more conscious consumers over the last decade, we put together a timeline of some of its biggest releases to date and unpacked the impact each has had (and continues to have) on viewers around the world.

Read more: vegnews.com/vegan-news/netflix-driving-plant-based-shift-timeline

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You won't believe how many new vegan products were launched for Veganuary 2024

2024 was a huge success for Veganuary! Thank you to everyone who took part.

The full report on the Veganuary 2024 campaign is here, and oh boy does it make exciting reading!

Here are some of the biggest highlights:

  • A mind-blowing 25 million people worldwide gave up animal products during January*
  • At least 2,100 new vegan products and menu options were launched globally during January - the largest number yet
  • A record-breaking 300 businesses and organisations took part in the Workplace Challenge around the world, with more than 115 joining in the UK, including numerous NHS Trusts, Just Eat Takeaway and British Association for Sustainability in Sport
  • More than 10,000 international media mentions of Veganuary including on the Graham Norton Show, Eastenders and Countdown

Read the full campaign report here!


Veganuary 2024 Campaign Highlights

If you missed out in January, our resources are available all year - sign up for free at veganuary.com/try-vegan

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IT’S THEIR HOME - BIG MEAT IS DESTROYING IT – The Humane League

The stench of the factory farm was choking. Inescapable. And just a few hundred yards from an elementary school.

Oklahoma has a growing factory farm problem. Concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) are taking over the state—polluting air and water, forcing farmers off their own land, and creating hell on earth for animals.

220 MILLION ANIMALS ARE SLAUGHTERED IN OKLAHOMA EACH YEAR

95% of all pigs in Oklahoma live on just 33 industrial mega-farms. Deprived of sunlight. Deprived of adequate space. Deprived of any dignity that would make their lives worth living.

COMMUNITIES ARE FIGHTING BACK

Oklahomans are raising their voices against the animal agriculture industry. Common Enemy tells their story.

Visit/Watch: commonenemyfilm.com

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The Conspiracy Theories Behind Veganism.

In this video, Earthling Ed discusses how veganism overlaps with many conspiracy theories, including theories around alternative diets such as raw veganism.
He also explores how conspiracy theories are being used to push people away from veganism and towards eating more meat.


The Conspiracy Theories Behind Veganism.

Get Ed's latest book: How to Argue With a Meat Eater (And Win Every Time)

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Latest film from the Cowspiracy team ... Christspiracy!

Two daring filmmakers embark on a global quest sparked by the not-so-simple question “is there a spiritual way to kill an animal”, and along the way discover the biggest coverup in the last 2000 years.

For 5 years filmmakers Kip Andersen and Kameron Waters traveled around the world hopping from Rome to Jerusalem, Oxford to India—interviewing everyone from renowned theologians and archeologists to Christian farmers and Indigenous shamans—all to reveal a massive coverup, one that will transform history, forever.

From the co-creator of the hit Netflix documentaries Seaspiracy, Cowspiracy and What the Health, Christspiracy is a fascinating investigation that will change the way you think about faith, ethics and our relationship with creation.


Christspiracy | Official Theatrical Teaser

Book tickets:christspiracy.com/tickets

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Cowspiracy Is The ‘Most Effective’ Vegan Documentary, Poll Finds

Documentaries are key to educating and informing people on veganism

A new survey has revealed the most effective vegan documentaries for encouraging people new to veganism. Based on a global survey by vegan dating app Veggly, Cowspiracy remains the most effective documentary. Other classics like Earthlings, What The Health, and The Game Changers also made the list. The study revealed too that respondents think documentaries are the most effective way to encourage new vegans. Alex Felipelli, Founder of Veggly, told Plant Based News (PBN): “The votes prove that all of these documentaries helped lots of vegans make the transition.”

Vegans rank Cowspiracy “most effective” documentary

Cowspiracy tops the list as the most effective documentary to show to new vegans, with more than one in five respondents choosing it.

The feature-length environmental documentary follows filmmaker Kip Andersen as he discovers the impacts of animal agriculture industry on the planet – and the extreme lengths that meat lobbyists go to stop people finding out about them. Originally released in 2014, the hard-hitting investigative film put the “sustainability secret” into the spotlight and opened many people’s eyes to the impacts of animal agriculture.

A decade later, its message remains as relevant. Despite an even larger body of scientific evidence, government-backed advertising campaigns still try to play down the harms of meat, fish and dairy. Scientists are pleading with governments to act on evidence rather than the interests of big corporations. All the while, the meat industry continues to confuse consumers will deliberately misleading stats.


COWSPIRACY - Official Trailer - HD

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Eating Our Way To Extinction - Essential Facts (35mins) Documentary

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Narrated by Kate Winslet, this condensed version of ‘Eating Our Way to Extinction,’ addresses in a more concise manner the 'elephant in the room' that no one wants to talk about...animal agriculture! Will we be the next species on the path toward extinction?

"Eating Our Way to Extinction - The Essential Facts", condenses the original full cinematic film version into a powerful 35 minutes of evidence-based facts and information that were liked and recommended by most viewers. This powerful documentary sends a simple but impactful message by uncovering hard truths and addressing, the most pressing issue of our generation – ecological collapse.

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Act Now: Join the Viva! Fight for the Planet

We fight for our planet.

Our forests are burning, our air is being polluted, our oceans are poisoned, our soil degraded and our wildlife wiped out. Never before in human history have we seen ecological devastation on this scale.

For 30 years, Viva! has been fighting for the planet, highlighting how livestock farming is destroying it!

Our groundbreaking Vegan Now! campaign exposes the link between animal farming and the climate crisis. Farming animals for meat, dairy and eggs is a leading cause of wildlife loss, deforestation, greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution, food waste… the list goes on.

Will you help Viva! continue fighting for the planet and for the animals? Giving just a small amount each month has a huge impact on our campaigns and the future!


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Methane Surge in CA Mega-Dairies & Beauty Products Threats Donkeys in Africa | Month in a Minute

The February 2024 edition of Sentient Media's popular Month in a Minute series is here! Watch their 60-second recap of the top stories in animals, food and farming.

In the US McDonalds reaches it’s cage-free goal ahead of schedule.

A new analysis identifies significant methane releases at California mega-dairies despite them benefiting from lucrative environmental credits on California’s signature Low Carbon Fuel Standard.

Utah passes a bill stating that a governmental entity may not grant legal personhood to nonhuman animals.

An examination into the Cause of a right Whale’s Death on Martha’s Vineyard finds that the purple-marked rope removed from the whale is the same rope used in Maine state water trap/pot buoy lines.

Rising demand for beauty products is driving donkeys towards extinction in Africa, experts warn, with about six million donkeys slaughtered every year for their skins, from which collagen is extracted.

The EU backs down on agricultural emissions after farmers’ protests due to concerns that farmers will turn hostile at the ballot box and vote in far-right parties.

Meanwhile our insatiable appetite for Scottish salmon is driving the industry out of the water, with plans to pack fish into land-locked tanks.

And new research looking at how many vegetarians and vegans are in the UK in 2024 estimates that there are 2.5 million vegans and 3.1 million vegetarians, which with 3 million pescatarians suggests 16% of the UK now follows a meat-free diet.

Narration by Jasmine C. Perry

Watch all this and more in the February media recap!


Methane Surge in CA Mega-Dairies & Beauty Products Threats Donkeys in Africa | Month in a Minute

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2023: Hottest Year Record, Avian Flu Hits Wildlife, JBS Lawsuit & more – Month in a Minute

The January 2024 edition of Sentient Media's popular Month in a Minute series is here! Watch their 60-second recap of the top stories in animals, food and farming.

This month, a new government-backed ad campaign launched in the UK, aimed at getting Gen Z to eat more meat. Meanwhile, experts warn that this year global heating will pass 1.5 C and Brazilian officials pursue millions from JBS for illegal deforestation of the Amazon. Avian flu in the United States is on the rise again, threatening to spike the cost of eggs and chicken. The disease continues to spread to wildlife, including to elephant seals in Argentina.

Watch all this and more in the January media recap!


2023: Hottest Year Record, Avian Flu Hits Wildlife, JBS Lawsuit & more | Month in a Minute

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Dairy - Corporate Cruelty

What do all of the big dairy corporations like Arla, Freshways and Muller have in common?

They’re all dairy giants who put profit over the welfare of cows used in the dairy industry.

We’re here to tell you, that there is no such thing as ethical dairy. Standard dairy farms are horrifying places, filled with heart-breaking cruelty. Calves torn and isolated from their mothers, cows with udders so large their spines ‘bend’, shackled back legs, painful infections such as mastitis – this is the truth of dairy.

Viva! Campaigns investigators discovered a farm in West Wales, Tafarn-Y-Bugail, with some of the worst cruelty they had ever seen. Dead cows and calves rotting in the courtyard which is an outrageous defiance of the UK “dead stock legislation”, an onslaught of beatings towards the cows and violent birthing methods.

Watch this video to learn more about how the dairy industry is profiting from these animals and continuing to trick their consumers by hiding behind marketing campaigns.

Join the revolution! The future of dairy is plant-based.


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Get Earthling Ed's latest book How to Argue With a Meat Eater (And Win Every Time)

“An empowering and deeply informative book" – Moby

Challenge their beliefs; change the world

If you are a vegan, you’ll know all too well how provocative it can be – you never know when you’ll be challenged or how. But being able to face down and rebut arguments against veganism is hugely important. Not just because many of the arguments lack substance, but because every interaction provides a pivotal moment to create change.

How to Argue With a Meat Eater will teach you to not only become a skilled debater, sharing the secrets of renowned vegan educator Ed Winters, but it will arm you with powerful facts and insights that will give pause to even the most devout meat eater.

Providing you with the knowledge to become a better conversationalist and critical thinker, and the motivation to create a more ethical, kind and sustainable world, let this book be your guide and inspiration to know that, no matter what the argument, you can win every time.

"An absolute must-read – it shows how we can communicate incredibly emotive topics with confidence and compassion, and provides the reader with indispensable tools to express themselves clearly and persuasively." — Rich Roll

“Ed Winters builds on his groundbreaking debut book with a follow up that couldn’t be more timely or important. How to Argue With a Meat Eater is an empowering and deeply informative book that will leave readers more enriched and knowledgeable about veganism and how to argue effectively about it. Everyone would benefit from reading this book." — Moby

Available from: Amazon.co.uk

A follow-up to Ed Winters first book, the the best-selling This Is Vegan Propaganda: (And Other Lies the Meat Industry Tells You)

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Eat Meat and Dairy to Fight Cancer?

What's Trans Vaccenic Acid?

Mic The Vegan responds to some wild claims about how consuming meat and dairy fights cancer due to this trans-fatty acid ...


Eat Meat and Dairy to Fight Cancer?

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‘Mind-bogglingly good’ Netflix documentary experimenting on twins has people ‘rethinking their whole life’

'Veganuary' has become a staple New Year's trend over the last few years, with more and more people wanting to decrease the amount of meat and boost the amount of veggies in their diets.

If you were tempted by a plant-based lifestyle in 2024 but didn't reckon you'd be able to resist a fish and chip supper or a meatalicious pizza, Netflix has launched a brand new vegan-friendly experimental series that has already changed the lives of millions of viewers.

This four-part series sees several sets of American identical twins changing their diets and exercise routines for eight weeks in a science experiment designed to explore how certain foods impact the body.

In the show - which was released just in time for Veganuary this year, one member of each of the four pairs follows an omnivorous diet - continuing to eat meat, fish, dairy and vegetables.

Their identical sibling alternatively follows a totally animal-free diet in this series, which provides a rundown of the main benefits to this vegan diet.

That's because, within a matter of weeks, those participants following the plant-based diet saw visceral fat - the harmful kind which surrounds the organs - had reduced significantly.

Meanwhile, those continuing to eat meat and fish experienced a minute increase in their body's visceral fat.

These siblings were also found to have a significantly lower LDL ('bad') cholesterol, compared to their meat-eating other-halves.

Though both twins in each set that took part in this impressive experiment lost weight - due to the show's focus on the benefits of exercise, the vegan siblings lost, on average, 4.2 pounds (1.9kg) more than the omnivores.

But what is this ground-breaking new show, and why has it caused such an impact to the worlds of lifestyle and diet?

Read more: ladbible.com/entertainment/netflix/netflix-twins-documentary-you-are-what-you-eat-800292-20240107

Also read: TWINNING STREAK Netflix fans ‘rethinking their whole lives’ after ‘mind-boggling’ twin documentary – complaining ‘it’s all so scary!’– The Sun


You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment | Official Trailer | Netflix

Identical twins change their diets and lifestyles for eight weeks in a unique scientific experiment designed to explore how certain foods impact the body.

Watch on Netflix: netflix.com/title/81320957

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"I don't like vegan BULLIES!" – Earthling Ed debated three meat-eating panellists on live TV.

Ed was invited back on GB News to take on three meat eating panellists ... he says:

"In today's video, I'm back on GB News taking on a panel that question me about plant-based alternatives, the healthfulness of vegan diets, and I almost get whiplash reacting to baffling questions about protein and 'false vegetables'. Mike Parry has referred to himself as a 'sausage expert' and yet infamously ate a vegan sausage sandwich believing that it was meat and called it 'luscious and lovely'."


1 vegan vs 3 meat eating panellists! TV debate gets heated.

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Award-Winning Short Film That Screened at the First Immersive Vegan Experience Is Now Streaming for Free

The award-winning short film ‘The Next Girl’ is now streaming for free on UnchainedTV.

After screening at the first immersive vegan experience in Los Angeles last November, the award-winning short film The Next Girl is now available for all to view on UnchainedTV’s free streaming service.

The mounting awards the short film has received show that the film’s story leaves an undeniable impression. The Next Girl is an Official Selection at 11 film festivals and has already won six “Best” awards and one “Finalist” designation in the narrative short film categories, including Best Indie Short from Cannes World Film Festival, Best Short Film from Carpe Diem, and Best Short Film from Better Earth International Film Festival.

Produced by Vkind Studios, The Next Girl unfolds a chilling tale of oppression, heartbreak, and the enduring power of hope. The film takes place in a dystopian world, where enslaved young girls are condemned to a life devoid of bodily autonomy, and forced to bear children. Separated from their mothers, the stolen children grow up in isolation and live the same horrific injustices as their mothers.

Read more: vegnews.com/vegan-news/award-winning-short-film-the-next-girl-youtube-streaming


Unveiling "The Next Girl": Exclusive YouTube Launch!

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The Veganuary Podcast - "The Reasons Why" with Chris Packham

The Veganuary Podcast is back!

The way we eat impacts animals, the planet and our health. How could we change our behaviour to better protect the animals and environment we cherish? Who better to discuss this than naturalist, TV presenter and advocate for the environment Chris Packham. Chris talks about his love of nature, his vegan journey, and the impact of our food systems.


The Veganuary Podcast - "The Reasons Why" with Chris Packham

Sign up for Veganuary’s month-long challenge at veganuary.com/try-vegan

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New Film Explores The Human Impact Of North Carolina Pig Farms

A new film shines a light on the unseen impacts of pig farming in North Carolina

New film The Smell of Money involves a lot of uncomfortable sights and smells. Residents see farmers spray fields next to their houses with pig manure; the film’s viewers see the residents suffer from the effects of all this excrement. For a film about the dirty outputs of pig farming, The Smell of Money is hard to take your eyes off.

To some, the subject matter might sound about as appealing as the fecal kind that infects the residents’ air. But this is a film that everyone whose money goes to supporting the pork industry should be compelled to watch. In it, the devastation animal agriculture causes communities – often unseen and under-appreciated – is clear for all to witness.

“Our goal for the film has always been to create an impact and inspire change,” Jamie Berger, the film’s writer and producer, tells Plant Based News (PBN). “So that’s the lens through which we’ve approached the entire experience.”

A film about North Carolina

The Smell of Money puts North Carolina’s pig farms on trial. The state is one of the largest pork producers in the world, with 9.4 million pigs. Berger, along with director Shawn Bannon, make sure that viewers understand just how astronomical and ruinous this industry is.

“I was born and raised in North Carolina,” Berger says. “Learning about my home state’s pork industry and its impacts on people, animals, and the environment in college transformed me into an activist and inspired me to devote my life to ending factory farming.”


The Smell of Money Theatrical Trailer

Read more: plantbasednews.org/culture/film/film-north-carolina-pig-farming

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We Animals Media in 2023: A Year of Growth and Impact

Partnerships, assignments, fellowships, campaigns, strategy, poignant photography, films, and awards. These elements defined our year at We Animals Media in our most impactful year yet: 2023.

This year, We Animals Media remained steadfast in our commitment to bring visibility to hidden animals—those trapped in our human systems of exploitation, be it on farms, in zoos and aquariums, in places of research, entertainment and religious sacrifice. Our values of Excellence, Generosity, Collaboration, Integrity, and Leadership guide our tireless efforts.

Sadly, while veganism Thank you for being with us on this journey. Your unwavering support has been the driving force behind our progress, and we’re excited to share with you our accomplishments in 2023 made possible by your generosity.

Watch our 2023 Year in Review video:


We Animals Media: 2023 Year in Review

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Meat Lobby at Cop28, UN Report Debate, Food Waste Crisis and Beef's Carbon Cost – Month in a Minute

The December edition of Sentient Media's popular Month in a Minute series is here! Watch their 60-second recap of the top stories in animals, food and farming.

This month, COP28 made headlines for dedicating an entire day to the food system and its role in climate change. In a first for the summit, leaders agreed to reduce emissions from food. Also new this year: a record number of lobbyists for the meat and dairy industries even as the event’s menu featured fewer animal products than ever before. Meanwhile, the UN called on the world to “ramp up meat production” to address “health challenges” in poorer countries, as critics argued the agency had “completely bought the narratives of the meat industry.”

Narrated by Jasmine Leyva.

Read more here.

Watch all this and more in the December media recap!


Meat Lobby at Cop28, UN Report Debate, Food Waste Crisis and Beef's Carbon Cost | Month in a Minute

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Earthling Ed defending 'extreme' veganism on live TV.

Earthling Ed's was on GB News!

He says "On the show I spoke about the perception of vegans, defended against the accusation that we are authoritarian and made the case that animal farming is inherently cruel and immoral. People often fall into the trap of believing that there are farms and slaughterhouses which are cruel to animals and those which are not. However, this is not true. Animal farming and slaughter is inherently cruel, as proven by what is legally allowed and ubiquitous."


Defending 'extreme' veganism on live TV.

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Broken food system – NOURISH AND FLOURISH

Nobody likes being told what to eat, or where food comes from but understanding, and changing, where our food comes from and how it is produced is a critical part of tackling the nature crisis and climate change.

The first step is education. Most of us don’t know a lot about where our food really comes from and how it impacts the world around us.

Fauziya Johnson, an artist based in Manchester, has been collaborating with a group of inspiring people of colour and working class 16 - 25 year olds and together they have been exploring the industrial food system and its impacts: socially, economically and environmentally.

The industrial food system is vast and often obscured from everyday life. This group of young people attended a series of workshops which explored our relationship with food. They learnt traditional, sustainable, low-impact cooking; and discussed the violent history of our food system and its impacts on marginalised groups and the environment.

Plus, why a huge new Danish Crown bacon factory is opening in Rochdale, close to where these younger people are based. The workshops dissected the impacts that this new factory will have on the local community, as it starts to process pork imported from Denmark - as well as explored the role of activism in bringing about positive environmental change.

Our food has never been an easy topic. By asking questions and breaking down barriers for future generations, we can help confront our destructive food system.

This project is part of Bad Taste. A series of artistic interventions that highlight and confront the industrial food system. As a highly engaged supporter of ours, we hope this project gives you food for thought.

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Nourish and Flourish

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A vegan morality tale? Chicken Run sequel puts factory farming in spotlight

Film-maker Aardman says Dawn of the Nugget doesn’t aim to preach but campaigners hope movie can help change diets

A trip to the cinema followed by a bite to eat is a staple treat of the school holidays. But the plot of one of this season’s big family films may mean the traditional stop-off afterwards suddenly seems less appetising.

In Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget, in cinemas on Friday, thousands of hens must be rescued from a nugget factory where they are kept in a state of stupefied joy by remote control lobotomising collars. This, a scientist explains, is because when a bird is frightened, “its muscles tense and the connective tissue forms knots”, resulting in “tough, dry and flavourless meat”. Reprogramming a chicken’s response to the horror of being “processed” should radically improve flavour and sales.

Children attending a preview screening in London on Sunday appeared to enjoy the new Aardman film. None were heard leaving the cinema expressing eagerness for a bucket of nuggets.

“It’s really pushing the needle,” says Matthew Glover, founder of Veganuary and meat-alternative range Chick’n. “I’ve never seen a cartoon like this.”

“I’m a big fan of the approach,” says Richard McIlwain, CEO of the UK Vegetarian Society. “Whether or not they’ve set out to make a vegan morality tale, the reality is that this is what happens in poultry farms. They’re not making it up.”

The film-makers have rejected claims that they are “here to preach”, and said that any dietary reassessment would be just a happy accident.

“We want the film to be engaging and entertaining and a great ride, mostly,” the film’s director, Sam Fell, has said. “But yes, if you come away and you think a little bit more like a chicken by the end of it, then that’s not a bad thing.”

Some of the film’s key cast members – including Thandiwe Newton and Bella Ramsay – are passionate spokespeople for veganism, and Fell himself became a vegetarian during production.


Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget | Official Trailer | Netflix

Read more: theguardian.com/film/2023/dec/10/a-vegan-morality-tale-chicken-run-sequel-puts-factory-farming-in-spotlight

Watch on Newflix: netflix.com/title/81223025

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"Are vegans too woke?" asks Ed

In Earthling Ed's latest video, he asks "Are Vegans too woke"?

Is veganism woke and an example of a snowflake culture? According to many TV presenters and anti-vegans it is - but are these accusations actually fair and what does attempting to criticise veganism in this way mean for our wider mentality about animals?

Sadly, while veganism gets labelled as being an example of virtue signalling, this argument reeks of hypocrisy and speaks to a troubling lack of critical thinking when it comes to the supposed criticisms of veganism.

To find out what Ed thinks about the claim that vegans are woke snowflakes, be sure to check out this video. Oh, and be prepared for some truly jaw dropping comments from a UK politician and from a UK news reporter...


Are vegans too woke?

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