Environment

Lush Cosmetics Sets Up Free Vegan Coffee Pop-Up in London to Tackle Single-Use Plastic Waste

In a bid to tackle single-use plastic waste, cruelty-free beauty brand Lush Cosmetics is offering free coffee to customers who bring their own reusable cup. In collaboration with ethical coffee brand Change Please, the veggie cosmetics giant is giving away vegan...

Fishing Nets, Not Plastic Straws, Make Up Nearly Half of Ocean Plastic Pollution

Fishing nets, not plastic straws, bottles, or microbeads, makes up nearly half of the world's plastic ocean pollution, says a recent survey for the Ocean Cleanup campaign. The survey collected data from aerial photos of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, an area twice...

Organic Iowa Farm Traded Dairy Cows for Fruits and Vegetables

Rolling Acres Farm, an organic farm located in Iowa, has been committed to producing chemical-free sustainable fruits and vegetables since 1976. As reported by The Daily Nonpareil, the third-oldest and longest-running local publication in the city Council Bluffs,...

Grass-Fed Beef Is Not Sustainable, New Research Confirms

Not eating beef at all is far better for the planet than opting for grass-fed beef, suggests new research. The research, led by Matthew Hayek of the Harvard Animal Law and Public Policy Program and Rachel Garrett of Boston University's Department of Earth and...

World’s Largest Pork Producer, Smithfield Foods, to Pay $473 Million for ‘Unreasonable’ Pollution

A federal jury has ordered Smithfield Foods, the world's biggest pork producer, to pay $473.5 million to the North Carolina residents who neighbor its factory farms. Residents sued the company for the "unreasonable nuisances" caused by the large-scale factory farming....

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