15 episodes

We created the Food for Thought Summit to give you the perfect overview of veganism, learning from experts on various topics within the vegan movement.

From raising your family on a plant-based diet, through to learning how to be a better advocate for animals, the Food for Thought Summit covers many core areas that will help you on your vegan journey.

So whether you’re new to veganism or looking for ways to expand your knowledge, you’ll find something of value to you right here.

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We created the Food for Thought Summit to give you the perfect overview of veganism, learning from experts on various topics within the vegan movement.

From raising your family on a plant-based diet, through to learning how to be a better advocate for animals, the Food for Thought Summit covers many core areas that will help you on your vegan journey.

So whether you’re new to veganism or looking for ways to expand your knowledge, you’ll find something of value to you right here.

    15. Food for Thought Summit: Catherine Lamb - Future Food, Alternative Proteins

    15. Food for Thought Summit: Catherine Lamb - Future Food, Alternative Proteins

    Catherine Lamb, journalist at The Spoon, reports on food system improvements through technology and food trends particularly in the plant-based and alternative protein sectors. We get her thoughts on what’s going on in these industries and the trends for the coming years.

    • 30 min
    14. Food for Thought Summit: Wendy Werneth - Travelling as a vegan

    14. Food for Thought Summit: Wendy Werneth - Travelling as a vegan

    Join Wendy Werneth, founder of the award-winning The Nomadic Vegan travel blog, who uncovers vegan treasures across the globe so that you can be vegan anywhere and spread compassion everywhere. She shares with you her top tips so that you can do the same.

    • 29 min
    13. Food for Thought Summit: lauren Ornelas - Justice in our food system

    13. Food for Thought Summit: lauren Ornelas - Justice in our food system

    We meet founder and director of the Food Empowerment Project, lauren Ornelas, who seeks to create a more just world by helping consumers recognize the power of their food choices. Being vegan is a great step towards creating a more compassionate world, but there are always ways that we can improve to do less harm to others. And that’s what we discuss in this podcast.

    • 17 min
    12. Food for Thought Summit: Graham Burnett - Vegan Permaculture

    12. Food for Thought Summit: Graham Burnett - Vegan Permaculture

    Join activist for social and environmental justice, author and vegan permaculture teacher, Graham Burnett as we discuss what exactly permaculture is and how it can incorporate and promote veganism.

    • 28 min
    11. Food for Thought Summit: Robert Grillo - Myths around Animals as Food

    11. Food for Thought Summit: Robert Grillo - Myths around Animals as Food

    Activist, author and speaker for all species’ rights, Robert Grillo is the founder and director of Free from Harm, a non-profit dedicated to helping end animal exploitation. He’s also the author of Farm to Fable: The Fictions of Our Animal-Consuming Culture, which explores the powerful narratives driving our culture of mass animal consumption. In this podcast we discuss some of the insights Robert shares in Farm to Fable.

    • 22 min
    10. Food for Thought Summit: Robbie Lockie - Ethical Veganism

    10. Food for Thought Summit: Robbie Lockie - Ethical Veganism

    A filmmaker, activist and co-founder and director of Plant Based News, we talk to Robbie Lockie about his journey to ethical veganism, and the work he does through Plant Based News to encourage and promote a vegan world.

    • 24 min

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