UK’s plan to ban polluting cars by 2014 met with criticism

The UK government has announced petrol and diesel vehicles from 2040 will be banned in the country, but green groups and city leaders said the plan does nothing to address the current pollution crisis. A new report was published this week by the environment secretary Michael Gove announcing the selling of conventional petrol and diesel … Continue reading UK’s plan to ban polluting cars by 2014 met with criticism

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Big brands under scrutiny over rainforest destruction

Multinational brands such as Nestlé, McDonald’s and PepsiCo have been criticised by environmental campaigners as new report reveals they buy palm oil from companies responsible for massive deforestation in Sumatra. A new investigation by Rainforest Action Network (RAN) shed light on the issue of sustainably sourced palm oil – a key ingredient to many foods … Continue reading Big brands under scrutiny over rainforest destruction

We aim for a 100% meat-free diet, says Impossible Foods CEO

Pat Brown, founder of ‘futuristic’ Impossible Foods said in an interview that the company’s life mission is to replace all animal ingredients with plant-based alternatives. As plant-based economy blooms thanks to an increasing interest in a more sustainable, ethical and healthy lifestyle, meatless burgers that bleed, taste and cook like traditional ones are hitting the … Continue reading We aim for a 100% meat-free diet, says Impossible Foods CEO