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Olivia Rafferty

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Olivia is the Assistant Editor of The Vegan Review. An aspiring Middle Eastern correspondent currently studying journalism at City, University of London, she is passionate about the planet, she believes veganism is the first step to solving the complexities of climate change.

Raising children vegan: what traditional plant-based diets have taught us

Veganism is steadily on the rise, especially among younger people. While some parents are concerned vegan diets are unsustainable for children, others have been...

Moreangels Mbizah on wildlife conservation: ‘It’s a race against time’

On a mission to help humans and the most dangerous of wildlife coexist, Moreangels Mbizah is breaking barriers for female Black conservationists. Sitting in her...

Our guide to the best products to celebrate a vegan-friendly Easter 2021

Replacing the traditional chocolate, ham roast, and cake to have a vegan-friendly Easter is easier than you think. Here's our vegan guide to Easter...

‘It’s so far from the truth’: unearthing vegan body shaming

Following a surge in vegan cyberbullying over the last few years, the plant-based community has witnessed a prevalence in body-shaming. Anti-vegan cyberbullying and hate crimes...

How The Ethical Dairy aims to transform a dated industry

The Ethical Dairy’s David Finlay presents a middle ground for dairy farmers. But a former dairy farmer explains why ‘ethical’ and ‘dairy’ still can’t...

Youth climate activist Sarah Goody: ‘Generation Z is changing the narrative’

16-year-old climate activist Sarah Goody wants to be the young female role model she never had, starting with taking Earth Day online this April. Loud,...

Animals First on the Second is ‘helping introverts find a voice’

Animals First on the Second began as a Facebook group challenge. Almost four years later, the vegan movement has garnered international momentum. “60 people are...

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