Natalia Lima


Moby’s Vegan Restaurant is Definitely Happening

in Eats, News, Top News, Vegan

After almost a month of rumblings that award winning musician and animal rights advocate Moby had plans to open a new vegan restaurant, the story has been confirmed. The name

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Court Recognizes Chimps as Legal ‘Non Human Persons’

in Animals, Causes, News, Top News

A New York judge has made history by recognizing two chimpanzees as “persons” in a court case. On Tuesday afternoon, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Barbara Jaffe ordered that a cause

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Wind, Solar Officially Take The Lead in Energy Production

The world is officially favoring clean energy instead of fossil fuels with more gigawatts being deployed by sources like wind and solar than coal, natural gas and oil combined. The

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Ricky Gervais Calls Out Trophy Hunter, Ignites Twitter War

There are many reasons why we love Ricky Gervais: his talent, his love for his cat, and now his ability to call out trophy hunters on how absurd their actions

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Scientists Using Drones To Map Ocean Trash

A group of scientists is taking the problem of plastic pollution in the oceans by land, sea and air. While Marco Simeoni, the president of the Race for Water Foundation

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NYC to Have Funeral for Victims of Animal Holocaust

in Animals, Causes, News, Top News, Vegan

On April 16th, a Holocaust survivor will lead a funeral procession in New York City for all animals killed in factory farming to this day. On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Shimon

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Dark Sky Week Brings Awareness to Light Pollution

When the sun goes down in the next seven days, make sure to look up because it is International Dark Sky Week. The event, happening between Monday, April 13th and

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