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Policy 5 June 2023
World Environment Day: ProVeg Youth Board attend Bonn Climate Change Conference
World Environment Day marks the first day of the Bonn Climate Change Conference. ProVeg Youth Board will participate in the event.
Pro Environment 22 May 2023
Preserving biodiversity - why it’s important!
To mark World Biodiversity Day, ProVeg’s Peter Machen talks to renowned ecologist David Tilman about the reasons why biodiversity is important & the relationship between our diets and biodiversity.
ProVeg 16 May 2023
Nigeria's plant-based revolution: ProVeg Nigeria launches
We are excited to announce the newest member of the ProVeg family: ProVeg Nigeria! Building on their past achievements, the team comprises Nigerian experts who have already made a substantial mark!
ProVeg 3 May 2023
ProVeg’s co-founder named a food hero of 2023
V-Label has chosen ProVeg's co-founder Tobias Leenaert as one of its Food Heroes of 2023 – a group of innovative individuals who are creating a better and fairer world for animals and humans alike.
Pro Animals 2 May 2023
World Tuna Day: sustainable and ethical tuna alternatives
May 2 is World Tuna Day, inaugurated in 2016 by the United Nations General Assembly in order to raise awareness about the global problem of tuna overfishing.
Policy 22 April 2023
Joint statement letter on ensuring sustainable catering at COP28
On Earth Day, ProVeg sent a joint statement letter to the COP28 presidency, launched in partnership with YOUNGO and the [email protected] Campaign.
Many of the world’s most pressing problems share a common cause – animal agriculture, which contributes to climate change, lifestyle diseases, global hunger, and animal suffering. Transforming the global food system by replacing animal products with plant-based and cultivated foods is a multiproblem solution.