Lindsey Little

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Bio

Lindsey Little is a holistic health coach currently residing in Baltimore, MD. She specializes in vegan and gluten-free living. When she's not in the kitchen creating delicious new recipes, Lindsey can be found doing yoga or curled up with a good book. Visit her at www.havelessbemore.com to learn more.

Articles

Bryan Cranston, Alan Cumming ‘Green Captains’ on Broadway

in Causes, Environment, News, Top News

The Broadway Green Alliance worked with theaters for 5 years to make productions more environmentally friendly. It now aims to help theaters across the U.S.

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Seaworld Attempts to Block Vote on Whale Sanctuary

in Animals, Causes, Featured, News

PETA claims SeaWorld is trying to block a shareholder vote regarding the creation of a coastal retirement sanctuary for the park’s killer whales.

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Animal Planet’s ‘Call of the Wildman’ Accused of Abuse

in Animals, Causes, Entertainment, Film/TV, News, Top News

Animal Planet and Sharp Entertainment, producer of ‘Call of the Wildman,’ are accused of mistreating animals for the hit reality show.

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Baby Everly is Vegetarian Just Like Mom, Jenna Dewan-Tatum

Seven-month-old Everly, the first child born to Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum is being raised vegetarian, just like her mom.

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Desmond Tutu Takes Stand on Animal Welfare

in Animals, Causes, Featured, News

Anti-apartheid champion and Noble Peace Prize winner, Desmond Tutu is using his influence to speak on behalf of animal welfare for the first time.

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Captain of Greenpeace Ship Describes Fear in Russian Jail

in Causes, Environment, News, People, Top News

After spending an uncertain two months in a Russian prison, the captain of the Greenpeace ship that was seized is speaking out about his terrifying ordeal.

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Paul McCartney Pens Letter to Putin in Support of Greenpeace

in Causes, Environment, News, Top News

Sir Paul McCartney wrote a letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin urging the release of the Greenpeace prisoners, now known as the Arctic 30.

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