Recent Articles

Grain Drain: How Animal Feed Devours Our...

Tuesday, 20th Feb 24

We don’t need to ramp up global food production to feed the world. We make more than enough food to feed the world’s population, but... a HUGE portion of it is fed to livestock. Understanding and reducing food waste at all stages of our food systems is crucial for ensuring a sustainable food future.

Here's the lowdown on COP28

Tuesday, 23rd Jan 24

COP28 happened just last month, and there’s a lot to break down, but one things for certain—we must crank up the pressure to full throttle, and keep pushing for action to accelerate the change we so desperately need.

Sanctuary Stories: Mario, The Last Pig

Monday, 11th Dec 23

Mario was rescued when a former pig farmer had a change of heart after repeatedly noticing the intellectual and emotional capabilities of the animals he was raising for slaughter. Read all about Mario’s incredible story, and the sanctuary that rescued him.

Uni Students are going Meat-Free

Friday, 20th Oct 23

Just as universities are being increasingly pushed to divest from fossil fuels, students are calling for divestment from animal agriculture and for a switch to meat-free catering across their university campuses.

Sanctuary Stories: Ladybird from Lefty's...

Monday, 18th Sep 23

Ladybird was rescued from a Werribee cage egg farm, but as soon as she put her feet on the ground she was off and running... now no one can stop her! Read more about Ladybird and the incredible folks at Lefty's Place Animal Sanctuary.

Humpback Whale Population on the Rise

Monday, 28th Aug 23

Since the cessation of whale farming in the 1970s, Australia has witnessed a remarkable resurgence in humpback whale populations. Once on the brink of extinction due to relentless hunting, these marine giants have made an inspiring comeback.

The World's First Native Bee Sanctuary

Friday, 21st Jul 23

Small but mighty, the humble bee is vital to the food we need to survive. But these wonderful creatures are in serious trouble... enter the first and only native wild bee sanctuary on the planet.