Why Should Vegans Care About Pests

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Why Should Vegans Care About Pests? 2 April 2022 The Vegan Society Samah Seger and Philip McKibbin delve into the heated topic of pest control, looking at how we came to be in our current situation and imagining what a more compassionate approach might look like. As vegans, most of us care about animals – […]

Vegan Winter Wear

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Vegan Winter Wear 22 May 2021 The Vegan Society Lila Pitcher explores the cruelty-free and environmentally-conscious options out there for dressing warm through Aotearoa’s winter months. As we reluctantly turn on our heaters and wave goodbye to the sun, vegans are confronted with some hard shopping choices. It’s no news that buying clothes as a […]

Gold Card Vegan: Snuggle Up, It’s Going To Get Cold

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Gold Card Vegan 22 May 2021 The Vegan Society Snuggle Up, It’s Going to get Cold! Author and speaker Fee O’Shea, the Gold Card Vegan, looks at ways senior vegans can keep healthy and happy as winter sets in. The first of May heralds the colder season here in beautiful New Zealand. How do I […]

Kaupapa Maori: Te reo Maori and Veganism

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Kaupapa Maori: Te reo Maori and Veganism 22 April 2021 The Vegan Society Chris Huriwai discusses his te reo Māori journey and its intersection with veganism and animal rights activism. New Zealand Vegan: Can you tell us a little about yourself and your whakapapa? Chris Huriwai: I’m an animal rights activist currently living at the […]

Vegan Artists of Whangarei

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Vegan Artists of Whangarei 22 May 2021 The Vegan Society Ian Duffield explores the artistic emminations of the North, speaking to artists Lynda Bell, Rohan Bell and Richard Duhs about their motivations, practices and the intersection of art and veganism. “Veganism is truly a kickass ingredient to liberation.” — Rohan BellThe autumn sun filters through […]

Help Kids Enjoy More Fruits and Vegetables

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Help Kids Enjoy More Fruits and Vegetables 22 May 2021 The Vegan Society As a family medicine doctor (GP), the more I read the latest evidence-based information about feeding our children, the more I realise the importance of giving them the best start in life with a nutrient dense whole food plant-based diet. Although, as […]

Everyday Vegan: Emma Gorowski

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Everyday Vegan: Emma Gorowski 22 May 2021 The Vegan Society Helping Others Stick it Out Emma Gorowski is an advisor at Wellington’s Kāinga Ora, the Crown agency for public housing and urban development, who has recently stepped up her contribution to the plant-based cause by becoming a vegan mentor. As is the case for many […]