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Digital Summit is a conference organized every year by Djurens Rätt. This edition will take place online on 16 May from 10 am to 4:30 pm and will focus on "How can we make a difference for the animals".
Djurens Rätt's Digital Summit 2020
11 May 2020
Researchers from Technion and Aleph Farms in Israel have achieved a breakthrough in the production of cultivated meat.
Scientists make breakthrough in the production of ‘slaughter-free steak’ using soy protein as a scaffold to grow tissue
3 April 2020
The primary cause of zoonotic diseases like coronavirus is not the consumption of wildlife—it’s the consumption of animals, period.
Coronavirus should make you reconsider eating meat
23 March 2020
The coronavirus outbreak stresses the need to change how we make our meat.
Modernizing meat production will help us avoid pandemics
17 March 2020
Djurens Rätt welcomes the new decision, but calls for national guidelines.
Gothenburg will keep serving vegan food in the city’s preschool canteens
9 March 2020
In 2018, plant-based sales posted another 11% rise, for a total market value of $4.5 billion.
Market value of plant-based food reaches $5 billion, report says
6 March 2020
The debate on livestock farming has heated up as a coalition of NGOs urged to EU executive to address the issue of reducing meat consumption in the announced Farm to Fork (F2F) strategy.
EU pressed to address meat reduction, plant-based diet in new food policy
2 March 2020
A quiet revolution is also taking place in labs, where scientists are working to cultivate meat and seafood grown from cells, with the potential to reduce demand for industrial animal agriculture even further.
Will cultured meat soon be a common sight in supermarkets across the globe?
20 February 2020
With McDonald’s, Burger King, KFC and every major UK supermarket selling their own ranges of ‘authentic’ animal substitutes, fake meat now means big business.
Hold the beef: how plant-based meat went mainstream
17 February 2020
Amsterdam city council is taking meat and fish off the menu from next year after the local executive committee agreed to offer only vegetarian snacks at its lunch meetings and receptions
Neither fish nor fowl: Amsterdam council moves towards 100% vegetarian catering
11 February 2020
Pet owners rarely consider the environmental paw-prints of our furry companions.
Reducing the environmental impact of pet food
10 February 2020
Book your seat for the event ‘Embracing a Better Future - Nourishing Europe’, with Jane Goodall.
"Embracing a Better Future - Nourishing Europe" event with Jane Goodall
7 February 2020