• Root the Future cyclists on their red and black bicycles in Thailand, stop and pose for a photo on the street

    Root The Future to Cycle From Chiang Mai to Phuket

    ROOT THE FUTURE TO CYCLE FROM CHIANG MAI TO PHUKET TO PROMOTE PLANT-BASED FOOD FOR CLEANER AIR & OCEANS CHIANG MAI, THAILAND JANUARY 28TH – Root The Future begins their 10-day, 1,500km bicycle ride in Thailand’s grueling heat, starting in Chiang Mai and finishing in Phuket, in the name of climate action! To raise awareness about Thailand’s burning season in Northern Thailand, ocean pollution in Southern Thailand, Root The Future will be promoting switching to a plant-based diet and how it can help to combat these issues! Founded in 2020, Root The Future is a community organisation on a mission to raise awareness about climate change and promote the benefits…

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    International Vegan Film Festival Announces 2022 Award Winners

    The judges have carefully reviewed and selected this year’s award-winning vegan-themed films and vegan cookbooks OTTAWA, Ontario (Nov. 7, 2022) — The International Vegan Film Festival (IVFF) would like to present the 2022 Film and Cookbook Competition award winners. The winning films, along with all 44 nominated vegan-themed films from eight countries, will be available at this year’s Virtual Festival taking place November 7-21, 2022. Viewers can purchase an entire Festival pass or individual film blocks (approximately 90 minutes each). Here are the winners from each competition and category: FILM Vegan-Themed Featured Film: “SLAY” Directed by Rebecca Cappelli About: Investigative filmmaker Rebecca Cappelli travels around the world to uncover the…

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    Verde plant-based dining concept

      Sodexo Canada and Humane Society International/Canada launch plant-based dining concept “Verde” at Confederation College Sodexo Canada has created the new, 100% plant-based eatery in collaboration with HSI/Canada’s Forward Food program, as part of Sodexo’s plant-based pledge MONTREAL (Nov. 1, 2022)—On this World Vegan Day, Sodexo Canada and Humane Society International/Canada are excited to announce another milestone in their national collaboration: the launch of Verde, a 100% plant-based dining concept. The first ever Verde location has just opened at Confederation College in Thunder Bay, Ontario, and is being operated by Sodexo Canada. “Our new Verde offer is a game changer in the food service industry where Sodexo Canada continues to…

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    International Vegan Film Festival Tickets On Sale

    This year’s International Vegan Film Festival will offer both in-person and online screenings. OTTAWA, Ontario — The fifth annual International Vegan Film Festival (IVFF) presented by Wicked Kitchen will show as a hybrid model in 2022, featuring an in-person screening on November 5 and online screenings running from November 7-21. Tickets are available for both screenings on the Festival website. Film categories include Best Overall Film, Animal Advocacy, Environmental Protection, Health & Nutrition, Lifestyle, and Public Service Announcement. Online Virtual FestivalNovember 7-21, 2022 The online virtual Festival will screen 44 films from eight countries and include 12 feature and 32 short vegan-themed films. Viewers can purchase an entire Festival pass…

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    Scholarships to support wildlife coexistence in Canada

    August 25, 2022 Scholarships to support wildlife coexistence in Canada Charity The Fur-Bearers offering arts and science scholarships for second year North Vancouver – Scholarships to support wildlife coexistence through the arts and scientific research are once again available from Canadian charity The Fur-Bearers.  Created in 2021, The Fur-Bearers’ Arts and Science Scholarship program supports individuals who are committed to improving coexistence with wildlife in Canada. The scholarships, one in an arts stream and one in a science stream, are awarded to support projects involving fur-bearing animals that promote coexistence with wildlife.  The arts stream is for projects that use the arts to engage with their communities and share the…

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    Now available to order world-wide!

    Aug 16, 2022 Global Vegan Magazine is officially available to order from around the world! Over the past year with requests coming from as far as Spain, our Canadian-based print magazine can now be delivered around the world, and available in an instant with our digital version available on Issuu which is currently enjoyed by readers globally. Global Vegan Magazine digital readers are from Australia, U.K., France, U.S., Germany, Romania, South Korea, Thailand, Chile, Philippines, India, South Africa, Peru, and the list goes on! We’re grateful for the support of our readers and those taking part in each issue from around the world. More announcements coming soon as we work…

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    New Vegan Community Partnership – PEACE Canada

    August 14, 2022 Global Vegan Magazine officially announces a Vegan Community Partnership with PEACE Canada (People Ensuring Animal Care Exists). PEACE is a registered Canadian charity established to help farmed animals and farm sanctuaries through resources, rescues and education. After several years of getting to know the organization, the team and their mission; it only made sense for our magazine to take the necessary step of providing media support. A community partnership with PEACE is of utmost importance to us as a vegan publication. It’ ensures that we are using our media platforms responsibly to support those in the vegan community by consistently shining a spotlight on the important work…

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    New Media Partnership – The International Vegan Film Festival

    Aug 7, 2022 Global Vegan Magazine, a subsidiary of Global Vegan Media and Marketing Inc. recently collaborated with The International Vegan Film Festival (IVFF) in the role of Media Partner. This trailblazing event is dedicated to sharing compelling films that educate, inspire and entertain. The festival celebrates the vegan ideal: a healthier, more compassionate, environmentally friendly lifestyle that can be achieved through the consumption of plants and animal-free alternatives. IVFF has partnered with the streaming platform EarthStream. Subscribers will have access to International Vegan Film Festival films, shorts and documentaries featuring some of the most well-known celebrities in the world of animal welfare and environmentalism. By working as a media…

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    New media partnership with The Vegan Fashion Show

    Aug 6, 2022 Global Vegan Magazine recently joined forces with The Vegan Fashion Show in Toronto Canada as an official Media Partner. This joint initiative, is in effort to further highlight the show’s brilliant lineup of designers producing some of the fashion industry’s most cutting-edge cruelty-free designs to hit the catwalk. The show will include vendors, speakers, live music, and free professional photos at the photo wall. Learn from their educational textile display and discover innovative, animal-free materials. This year’s display will showcase plant-based leathers. The Vegan Fashion Show is a registered nonprofit organization. Their ethos is characterized as a charitable and educational event that provides evidence-based education on why…

  • Global Vegan Magazine partners with the European Vegan Summit

    This is the first vegan event of it’s kind in Europe Sept 15-18

    The European Vegan Summit is the first event of its kind in Europe that brings together in an interdisciplinary and intersectional way the scientific, activist, media, and political communities for which a plant-based diet, the protection of animal rights, and the fight against climate change are key issues. The September event will feature a series of expert panels on activism, politics, technology, and business related to veganism, animal rights, and biodiversity conservation. Thanks to modern technologies, the works of artists depicting the life of animals, so-called farm animals, and those living in the wild, will also be presented. The event will take place remotely from September 15-18 this year. The event’s…