Author: Grace Wampold

COP-26 and Animal Representation in Climate Policy

Listen To This Show Here! [display_pod] If podcast is not displaying, you can find the archival audio here – Archive Audio (11/19/2021) News Mission and animals being abandoned Desperate farmers whose properties were flooded tried to move their animals by boat,…

Drop Naked Chocolates and Pre-Holiday Auction!

Listen To This Show Here! [display_pod] If podcast is not displaying, you can find the archival audio here – Archive Audio (10/22/2021) This weeks News Oatly’s New Fashion Line – Swedish brand Oatly—known best for its vegan oat milk—is taking…

The Return of the Cicada: looking 17 years ahead

this week we learn about the life cycle of cicadas in advance of the brood x infestation occurring this spring.

How We Can Promote Change in Support of Wildlife; Coyotes, Whales, and US

We talk with Lesley Fox about the Coyote Culls in Stanley Park and discuss how we can take action and contact policy makers to help support wildlife

Growing Activism in 2021: Animal Justice Academy, and Veganuary

This week, we interview Kimberly Carroll who is a coach for Changemakers, a campaigns strategist with Animal Justice, and the Animal Justice Academy director. We also speak to the Cranky Vegan about how vegans can change the perceptions of others on veganism.

So Long 2020: A Look Back and A Leap Forward

In this show, we play the compelling audio from the short film Creature Comforts which was made by Aardman Animations in 1989, Nick Park’s first Oscar-winning film. We discuss hopes for the new year in activism and veganism and the new film Vegan 2020 released by Plant Based News.

Sweet Treats This Holiday Season; Sprinkles of cheer through baked goods and Mitzvahs!

This show features an interview with co-owners and partners of the vegan bakery and cafe called Yellow Rose , Caitlyn and Stephen. Our producer and host this week, Grace Wampold, also speaks on the intersection between Judaism and veganism in Israel.