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UN passes historic resolution!

Last week the UN General Assembly (UNGA) passed a historic resolution recognising the right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment as a fundamental human right.Civil society and Indigenous People organisations…

We are 5! Happy birthday, ProVeg International!

Exactly five years ago today, ProVeg International was established in Berlin, Germany. Since then, the organisation has grown by leaps and bounds. We are now active in ten countries, with more than 200 team members…

ProVeg team at United Nations Climate Conference in Bonn

ProVeg contributes to UN climate conferences in Stockholm and Bonn

ProVeg’s UN Advocacy Team had a busy time in June, spreading the Diet Change Not Climate Change message at two high-level UN climate conferences in Stockholm and Bonn. ProVeg seized the occasions to network with…

ProVeg expands its global reach to China

We are delighted to announce that ProVeg is the first global NGO promoting alternative proteins to be given approval for a representative office in Shanghai, China. ProVeg office approved Since 2021, we have been…

Sign the petition for plant-milk inclusion – start a school revolution!

European citizens, plant-based organisations, and businesses are joining forces to urge the EU Commission to add calcium-fortified plant-based milks to the EU’s School Scheme. In order to highlight the issue, ProVeg…

Belgian non-profit EVA becomes ProVeg Belgium

We are excited to announce that the Belgian non-profit EVA has joined ProVeg and become ProVeg Belgium. Over the past 22 years, the Belgian team has already had a considerable impact and put plant-based eating firmly…

You can’t beat a balanced, plant-based diet

Any flexitarian will tell you that moving from a meat-centred diet to a plant-centred one is made much easier by the availability of plant-based alternatives, such as veggie burgers and sausages or meatless chicken…

Nigeria’s vegan scene is blossoming: meet a local entrepreneur who’s leading the way

The African continent is set to be home to 2.5 billion people by 2050, with food sustainability a key concern in the face of climate change. From Johannesburg to Cairo and everywhere in between, local entrepreneurs…

Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (KJWA) in 2022

In May, the 50by40 UNFCCC Action Group, co-chaired by ProVeg International and Humane Society International, submitted key recommendations for an urgent shift towards sustainable food systems to the Koronivia Joint…

ProVeg participates in Global Youth Food Workshop

During the recent Earth Week, ProVeg’s Lana Weidgenant travelled to Nairobi and Naivasha in Kenya for the Act4Food Act4Change workshop, which gathered young people who are active in food-systems work from over 20…

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Plant-rich diets contribute to global food security

In the wake of  the COVID-19 crisis, there’s no doubt that food security needs to be tackled internationally. With the growing impact of climate change and environmental degradation on food production, as well as…

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Food-system change is needed for human survival

By Jasmijn de Boo, Vice President of ProVeg International On 20 April, the International Plant Based Foods Working Group was launched in order to build on the ongoing shift towards eating more sustainable and healthier…

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