Viva!’s letter to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, urging him to read Viva!’s new guide and take climate action seriously.
Viva! Planet highlights how livestock farming is destroying our planet. Take a look at the main issues and solutions and check out Viva! Farming for inspiration on transforming British farming to plant-based.
Our huge Vegan Now campaign exposes how factory farming is at the heart of almost every huge environmental catastrophe, including the climate crisis, and presents veganism as the clear solution.
Our Eating the Earth campaign highlights how the world’s wildlife is rapidly disappearing and with it the foundations of humanity’s survival. We are experiencing the world’s sixth mass extinction and at the heart of this problem is our demand for meat, dairy, fish and eggs. Explore the animals under threat and what you can do to help.
“Impacts from agriculture are expected to increase substantially due to population growth, increasing consumption of animal products. Unlike fossil fuels, it is difficult to look for alternatives: people have to eat. A substantial reduction of impacts would only be possible with a substantial worldwide diet change, away from animal products” (The United Nations Environment Programme, 2010).
Why the meat-alternative food revolution is unstoppable and why British billionaire, Jim Mellon, is in!
Millions of people are coming together around the world on Saturday 6 November to protest against the climate crisis and demand global climate justice.
Michael Mansfield QC, Britain's leading criminal defence barrister and Patron of Viva!, condemns ecocide saying it should be made illegal
Viva! is launching an array of billboards across the UK as part of their environmental campaign Vegan Now
This week, Viva! are hitting the streets to show the people of Britain just how super delicious vegan burgers are – and how they can save the planet by eating them!
Viva! joins forces with Animal Equality, Farmers Stock-Free Farming and Vegan Scotland Outreach to form a contingent ‘Vegans Unite for the Planet’ for COP26
Viva! and MP Lisa Cameron, are asking the public to go vegan for COP26
Chocolate, cheese, chicken and meat - driving deforestation!