Sustainability / Environment

How To Stay Eco Conscious During a Pandemic

Article by Jenny Edwards originally published here for Vevolution Since the Covid-19 breakout, the conversation around the climate crisis has undoubtedly lost momentum, but that doesn’t mean that progress isn’t still being made. As you’ve likely already seen, air pollution levels have dropped and lots of little instances of joy are happening, e.g wildlife is thriving in the absence of human activity. However, we totally understand if the current state of the world is getting you down right now. Between human injustices and racial inequality to the loss of lives due to the Covid-19 virus, it is no surprise that some of us are feeling low. Because this year’s World Environment Day is different from the others, we thought it would be best to share …



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IKEA: “Our Vegetarian and Vegan Products are Becoming Increasingly Popular.”

Vegan foods have long been more than niche products which are banished to the darkest corners of the shelves. One could even say that veganism is becoming mainstream. This is also reflected in the fact that more and more companies are expanding their existing range with vegan products and “veganising” classic products. This is how the international furniture store IKEA does it. Beside vegan versions of popular classics, vegan furnishings and a vegan caviar substitute are also now available. We asked IKEA about the current status of vegan developments in the company.