A survey commissioned by Future Normal and The Vegan Society has found that almost half of British meat-eaters feel hypocritical for loving some animals while eating others. When asked how strongly they agree with the statement ‘it’s hypocritical that we eat some animals, such as pigs, while loving others, such as dogs, and keeping them … Continue reading Almost half of meat-eaters say they feel like hypocrites
In this article, Zoe Price explores the reasons why owning a bicycle can help the environment and enrich your life. Electric cars may one day enable us to use motorised transport without having to worry about our carbon footprint. However, with most of our electricity still coming from non-renewable sources, electric cars are not the … Continue reading Why Every Eco Warrior Needs Their Own Bicycle
Vegan food expert Louise Palmer-Masterton, founder of Stem & Glory, contributed this piece. It’s hardly news that being overweight increases your vulnerability to ill health, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, kidney and liver disease to name but a few. But addressing obesity is now a top government priority in the wake of … Continue reading Expert View: Could a vegan diet help with tackling obesity?
Thanks to Archie from HomeMakerGuide for this article – you can find out more about him at the bottom of this post. Garden greenery has mood-boosting properties, and if cared for correctly, can bring nature to your home without having a negative impact on the wider environment. These tips are all about recycling, reusing, and minimising … Continue reading 9 Zero-waste and Eco-friendly Gardening Tips
Well, seeing as my post on things to do in Norwich has proven to be so popular, I thought it made sense to share my knowledge on things to do in the rest of Norfolk, too. There's more to Norfolk than agriculture and incredibly flat landscapes – so if you're exploring the UK and feel … Continue reading 11 Things to do in Norfolk when it’s sunny