For our feature interview, we welcome Dr. Sailesh Rao, an environmental scientist who believes that the world is capable of overcoming climate change – but only if everyone adopts a plant-based diet by the year 2026. Also, Annelise Sorg, the co-founder and President of No Whales in Captivity, discusses the history of Vancouver Aquarium’s exploitative conduct towards the animals and a call for no $9.5 million bailout from the government during pandemic times.
Local vegan activists discuss a recent event hosted by UBC, “Hope in the Climate Crisis: Transitioning Our World”, featuring a speech by renowned environmentalist and scientist, David Suzuki. Also, an interview with Professor Daniel Pauly about environmental strategy.
Interviews with author Mark Hawthorne on his updated book “Striking at the Roots: A Practical Guide to Animal Activism”, and Dr. Katherine Van Ekert on Lulelumon’s refusal to stop using down in their clothing products.
Become inspired by Susan Standfield-Spooner’s enthusiasm and activism strategies, and learn about the interconnectedness of animal agriculture, taxpayer subsidies and our environment.
We speak to William Housty of the Heiltsuk Nation about Bears Forever, a project of the Central Coast First Nations Bear Working Group. We also have special guests to speak about an upcoming event called Radical Animals and Ravaged Environments: A New Understanding for a Common Struggle.