Articles, recipes and other contributions from the Promoters of the International Vegetarian Week.
From now on, every month, one Vegetarian Week promoter brings you something about his/her/its country or organisation. Enjoy, share, and contribute for the next editions!
At 30 weeks from the Vegetarian Week, AgireOra Network is launching the "Happy Easter campaign" to save the lambs and other animals, traditionally killed and eaten in many countries all over the world.
Animal Life Foundation is a Dutch charity. By setting up projects, supporting organizations and giving information we are working towards a better world for people, animals and nature. These three groups influence each other, both positively and negatively. It's important to restore and keep the synergy between them.
Floor, of the Yes, We Care!, talks to award-winning actor and writer Joanne Rose, for the International Vegetarian Week 2010.
Raising livestock for our meat-centered diets is destroying our planet and threatens our civilization and prosperity. Giving up or cutting back on meat consumption is the most important thing an individual can do to protect the environment and future generations from disaster. That is why the Vegetarian Week 2011will focus primarily on the environmental reasons to eat a vegetarian diet.
This article considers why a major societal shift to plant-based (vegan) diets is essential to avoid impending climate, environmental, food, energy, and water crises.
Herma Caelen has been an activist for more than a decade. Among countless other roles, she was the Honorary General Secretary of European Vegetarian Union (EVU), launched the mailing lists animal_net and later the European Vegetarian and Animal News Alliance (EVANA). She has organised a number of international campaigns and has been a strong supporter of the International Vegetarian Week right from the start.