Published 2 September 2020
Pointing out that human activities are the driving force behind the increasing risks of future zoonotic outbreaks, professor Gilbert cautioned, “There will be another flu pandemic in the future.”
About 60% of known infectious diseases and up to 75% of new or emergent communicable diseases in humans, have come from animals.
As of today (2nd September 2020), the Covid-19 pandemic is responsible for nearly 26 million cases worldwide and, sadly, over 860,000 deaths.
According to scientific sources, the novel coronavirus was transmitted from a bat to an intermediary host, most likely the pangolin, then to humans. and
Humanity’s exploitation of animals is the major factor of zoonotic outbreaks, namely:
Do we want a world in which our liberties become akin to how we treat the majority of animals imprisoned in intensive farming systems – do we want to live our lives in lockdown?
If humanity’s exploitation of animals is the source of immeasurable anguish to both humans and animals, surely the logical course of action would be to stop animal exploitation.
An analysis of vegan searches from around the world reveals that the popularity of plant-based living is growing quickly amid the COVID-19 pandemic in countries such as the United Kingdom, Australia, and Israel.
The first ever pro-vegan commercial has been broadcast in Israel, making a provocative statement with a live lamb.
The parent company behind fashion giants Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein, PVH Corp, has just banned exotic-animal skins from future collections as part of its “long-term strategy to drive fashion forward for good.”
On October 6, Swedish furniture giant IKEA will introduce its new plant-based meatballs in Australia.
A new report outlines how plant-based foods are disrupting the animal meat market, with a huge swell in sales and innovative new products.
Joaquin Phoenix is offering you a seat at his kitchen table as part of a new campaign: "Change the World From Your Kitchen. Go Vegan."