If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Get (Animal Products) Out of the Kitchen
THURSDAY 6 JULY, 10.00 AM
Why do experts disagree on the proportion of climate impact from animal farming? Are any governments or international bodies taking action on meat and dairy, given its climate impact? Do our personal dietary commitments having any significant impact? As an environmental law specialist, I’ll offer an up-to-date analysis, and talk about what our community can do.
I’m Vegan. My Job Is Not. How Do I Reconcile This?
FRIDAY 7 JULY, 10.00 AM
In a perfect world we could all have vegan careers. In this world, so few of us do. How do we cope with the day-to-day reality? Are there any silver linings in this reality (or any drawbacks to working in vegan environments)? Can a vegan employment sector be stimulated? This will be a brief presentation followed by interactive discussion.
Vegan Dot Connecting – Why It’s So Much More Than a Diet
SATURDAY 8 JULY, 2.00 PM
Defining “vegan” through the Vegetarian World Forum in Spring 1951, the Vegan Society in England declared that through the vegan commitment “A great and historic wrong, whose effect upon the course of evolution must have been stupendous, would be righted.” I’ll facilitate a discussion of the broad and deep view of what veganism stands for.
Sounds fabulous, Lee! I wish I could be there for your workshops. Love, Charlotte
It would be really good to meet again in person, Charlotte. May it occur! Preparing for the WNY VegFest now, with gratitude for your support.