Plant Powered Planet issue 3 is here!
30th November 2021
Plant Powered Planet issue 3 was published this afternoon, and it’s completely full to the brim with great content from an array of contributors.
The Plant Powered Planet editing team had this to say:
“Issue 3 brings us nicely towards the end of 2021, and what a year it’s been.
“In this issue we focus on the recent COP26 in Glasgow, with a report from The Vegan Society on their extensive activities, we take a look at the Plant Based Treaty which is gaining traction steadily across the globe and we catch-up with Obki the Alien, now a COP26 Ambassador as well as star of their own TV show.
“We extend a very warm welcome to guest writer Jordi Casamitjana, who has produced 2 excellent articles for this issue – a look at Ethical Consumerism, and an in-depth focus on Wildlife and agriculture. Short interviews with TV legend Jasmine Harman and actor Gary Webster are complimented by insights from Andrea at Wetnose Animal Aid and Victoria Featherstone Pearce, winner of the recent London Lifestyle Influencer of the Year Award. Meanwhile hemp originals Yaoh celebrate their 20th anniversary, and GreenBay their 5th anniversary, with a quick roundup of Xmas Gifts to accompany our own little seasonal gifts guide, before we discover a number of vegan cookbooks courtesy of chef Tony Bishop-Weston.
“A trip down memory lane with Alex Bourke and the Vegan Guides traces the history of the guides over the last quarter of a century, and Rose Elliot celebrates a half century of vegan cookbooks with us too! Tammy Fry joins us for a quick catch up with news of new products for the famous The Fry Family Food range, and Plant Based Health Online bring us news and updates of their latest courses and support groups.
“Amanda from V for Life joins us for the latest in their ongoing reports into care homes and vegan food availability, and there’s a quick look at drinking water, before Emma Fry joins us from Vegan Adventure Holidays, and Danielle Maupertuis our resident vegan pastry chef reports from the Chelsea Flower Show.
Check out issue 3 below, and for previous issues you can check out every Plant Powered Planet to date here