Stop The Veggie Burger Ban

The European Union is currently considering banning established and widely understood terms such as ‘burger’, ‘sausage’, and ‘steak’ for plant-based products. Additionally, the proposed EU ban would prohibit dairy-related terms, such as ‘yoghurt style’, ‘cheese alternative’, and ‘butter substitute’.  The main argument behind this proposal is to avoid consumer confusion. However, terms such as ‘veggie burger’ and ‘veggie sausage’ provide important information regarding the taste and […]

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Trump Administration Allows Oil and Gas Drilling in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

The Trump administration is taking final steps to let oil and gas companies drill in the ANWR (Arctic National Wildlife Refuge) – which environment advocates call the nation’s “last great wilderness”. The US interior department will auction leases before the end of the year, secretary David Bernhardt told the Wall Street Journal. That could make it […]

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Unforgettable Youth Meeting near Girona, Spain

We’ve been to numerous countries before, also with other Erasmus+ projects, but this trip was definitely unforgettable for all of us.At first, it’s been our dream to go to Spain once in our life for a long time. However, we didn’t really believe it was possible. Maybe we just realized it really was happening, when […]

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A Green Recovery after Corona

In days, Europe could put forward a bold, green Corona recovery plan that would be a beacon of hope for the rest of the world — but big polluters and coal-loving governments are trying to derail it. To fight back, activist organizations are joining a massive group of influential politicians, scientists, academics, business leaders and civil society, to […]

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EU must publish Farm to Fork strategy with meat reduction targets without delay, state leading NGOs

In these times of unprecedented global public health and economic crises, and with EU food and agriculture policy at a crossroads, an ambitious ‘Farm to Fork’ strategy including meat-reduction targets is needed more than ever, according to ProVeg International and the European Vegetarian Union. The ‘Farm To Fork’ strategy, which provides a sustainable food-policy roadmap […]

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European Youth Workers’ Meeting in Spain

On the last weekend of February in the rural community of Nueva Vraja Mandala ISKCON, commonly known as the Santa Clara Farm in Brihuega, Spain this year’s first European Youth Workers’ meeting was organized, where the representatives of Eco Valley Foundation were also invited. 35 participants from 25 European countries gathered for three days for […]

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Let’s Make a Yoga Forest!

In the face of forest fires on the American and Australian continent, the Bhaktivedanta Yoga Studio and the Eco Valley Foundation have jointly embarked on an afforestation campaign called: “Let’s Make a Yoga Forest!” Bhaktivedanta Yoga Studio announced an Open Day on September 15th, 2019. In response to the unfortunate forest fires around the world […]

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A Real Animal is Someone

Have you ever wondered why animal testings are so controversial. The moral and ethical questions raised by performing experiments on animals are still subject to debate, and viewpoints have shifted significantly over the 20th century. Disagreements remain about which procedures are useful for which purposes, as well as disagreements over which ethical principles apply to […]

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Poisoned Earth

Poisoned Earth is a documentary about soil degradation and its effects on our life. The creation of the film was supported by the Hungarian Media Patronage Programme of the Media Council. Man has been farming for 11,000 years and has been plowing for about two and a half thousand years. By 1950, the world’s arable […]

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