For generations India’s farmers have relied on its arrival, but monsoon changes suggest a hotter and less predictable world.
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The pandemic has put pressure on many families, but vegan community fridges and mutual aid groups are offering some relief.
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Get your glass of oat milk ready—you’ll want to satisfy your cookie cravings after reading this.
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Veggie Grill, Native Foods, Cinnaholic, and others are making vegan food mainstream. Find out if there are locations near you.
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The best seafood dishes are ones that are fish-free—here are some of our favorites.
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This year gave us a vegan fast-food wave and too many new plant-based jerky options to count. So, what will 2021 bring? Discover our top predictions!
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Pizza Hut, Jack in the Box, Dairy Queen, and so many other fast-food chains added vegan options in 2020, which means eating vegan has never been easier.
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Like them or loathe them, advertisements are everywhere. And they’re worsening the climate crisis, say social scientists.
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How we eat causes dangerous climate heating. It’s time to change not only our diet, but the entire global food system.
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The world’s trees can build cities, devour carbon and feed developing countries’ small farmers. It’s time to branch out.
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