Hope for a Shifting World

FROM THE DESK OF BEN DAVIS CONTENT & COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR PLANT BASED WORLD CONFERENCE & EXPO Can you feel the energetic shift our world is undergoing? It seems to me as if the Earth is calling out to us, as beings born from her soils, to attune ourselves to a new alignment. The message is…

Food, Collaboration and Healing Our Planet with Nil Zacharias

TPBW is excited to bring you this month’s feature with none other than Nil Zacharias. Nil co-founded and built One Green Planet into the internet’s largest digital platform focused on sustainability and has now branched off his Eat For The Planet brand with the intention of having an even bigger impact on our food system….

NPR: Make Meat Eaters’ Mouths Water with Plants

We all know that there are people out there who simply won’t eat something because it’s labeled as “vegan” or “vegetarian”. So how then do we get people averse to these labels to try new foods that just happen to be plant-based. The answer is simple, just make the foods delicious without advertising the fact…

Disrupting the Seafood Industry with Chad Sarno

This month, TPBW had the pleasure of chatting with Chad Sarno, Co-founder and VP of Culinary for Good Catch Foods. In this conversation Chad tells the story of Good Catch and offers valuable advice for his colleagues in the culinary space as consumers continue to shift towards healthier, more sustainable foods. Last month we featured…

CNN: Go Plant-Based to Save the Planet!

Changing our way of eating is the best opportunity we have to save this beautiful home of ours, and finally the mainstream media is catching on. This article from CNN sites the science behind why animal product consumtion is so harmful to the environment and even offers a 3-day “Flexitarian Jumpstart” for anyone looking to…

THE ECONOMIST: Plant-Based Protein and America’s Food Supply

The Economist reports on the impact that shifting to plant-based protein could have on the American food supply. The full story also includes a graphic showing the opportunity costs of animal versus plant protein sources. Alon Shepon of the Weizmann Institute and colleagues have looked at this in terms of opportunity costs. Choosing to make…

EAT FOR THE PLANET Podcast with Ben Davis of Plant Based World

Ben Davis, Content & Communications Director of Plant Based World Conference & Expo, recently sat down with Nil Zacharias of One Green Planet and Eat For The Planet to discuss PBW and the mission to bring the plant-based movement to a mainstream audience. Click Here to Listen to the Full Conversation About Ben Davis Ben developed the…

VEGNEWS: Meat and Dairy are “High Risk” Investments

VegNews reports that Farm Animal Investment Risk and Return (FAIRR) investor network has classified meat and dairy companies as “high risk” investments.  A new food index launched last week by investor network Farm Animal Investment Risk & Return (FAIRR)—which manages $5.9 trillion in assets, collectively—estimates the majority of meat, fish, and dairy corporations are impeding…

THE GUARDIAN: New Study Reveals Massive Impact of Animal Agriculture

Check out this article posted by The Guardian, diving in to new research demonstrating the effect of animal agriculture on our environment and resources. Avoiding meat and dairy products is the single biggest way to reduce your environmental impact on the planet, according to the scientists behind the most comprehensive analysis to date of the…