Laura Laura, an UK-based writivist (writer + artist), has a website FemVegArt that is all about promoting feminism/gender equality and veganism/anti-speciesism. Her products are for people who want to raise awareness and proudly express their values in small things that can have great meaning. Her approach is intersectional, which means that she is aware of … Continue reading It’s every adult’s responsibility to do their bit to make the world a better place for everyone: Laura (FemVegArt; UK)
“They [cats — D the Vegan Feminist] are not here for our pleasure and enjoyment. You would respect a humans personal space and physical boundary if they shared it with you. In my opinion it is no different for cats.”
“Our store is fair, well sourced and priced, and it’s a place where one can go and buy whatever one wants knowing that one is getting a fair deal! There is no tricking anyone.”
“Let us be, first and above all, kind”
“I admire and respect everyone who has found possibilities to support veganism, environmental protection and equality. There are many different people, some in the forefront, some not. Some can write, some can blog, some creates recipes, some design, some takes photos, some consults, etc. They all help our world to become a better place. Similarly to every person who cares and who makes reasoned choices.”
During the last two weeks I have filled an Excel file about my food waste.
“Every item we buy has a past and a future, and therefore an impact on people and nature. We should inform ourselves about its origin and have an awareness of what happens to this product when we get rid of it.”
Discussion with Farištamo Eller who has a podcast Keskonnaraadio — Keskkonnahoid on äge! (Let’s have fun saving the planet).
Refuse Plastic Today (EE) have sent me a Stasher Reusable Snack bag to test — the bag completed the test successfully!
Let's have a discussion about vegan feminism!
“We are very aware and sensitive to current ecological movements and we try, through our brand, to support social and political messages from climate activists.”
First there was a DIY cookie “save the day” recipe (in Estonian and English). Now something else: a short contemplation about the problematics of an upcoming exhibition that focuses on contemporary fashion from Iceland, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
Bambaw believes that a more sustainable and ethically conscious world is not only possible, it’s down to us to create it.