News — Environment
We’ve known for a long time that our plastic consumption isn’t good for the environment. Most plastics don’t break down naturally and can wreak havoc on natural ecosystems. It’s only recently, however, that we’ve seen significant movements to curb plastic consumption. Why now? The causes of the current cultural phenomenon are complex. It’s a mixture of political positioning and genuine concern about the damage that plastics do the environment. We've blogged before on how many vegans see caring for the environment as important, along side their concern for animal freedoms. The main driver of concern isn’t plastics taking up space...
As life is currently being threatened by irreversible damage to our planet, we need to be proactive and introduce more sustainable and ethical methods to our lifestyle.