I am excited to announce that my PhD Dissertation, A New Way of Eating: Creating Meat Reducers, Vegetarians and Vegans is now freely available. The dissertation outlines the methods and results of a research project that took place between 2016 and 2018 and includes a discussion of the findings and recommendations for campaigns, policy and … Continue reading A New Way of Eating: Dissertation Now Available
At its core, animal advocacy is based on the recognition that billions of land animals and trillions of sea animals are killed each year for human consumption, while countless more are tortured for medical "research," and more are used and abused as commodities. This is the common purpose that unites us. But, animal advocates are … Continue reading Is criticism helping the animal movement?
I am blown away by the incredible response I have received to my report on Meat Reduction & Vegan Promotion, which is now being shared around the world! I have dozens of talks and presentations scheduled locally and internationally and please get in touch if you are interested in scheduling a presentation for your organization … Continue reading Updates to Report
I am so excited to share the findings of my study into seven UK-based reduction and vegan campaigns, drawing on the largest sample of meat reducers, pescatarians, vegetarians, and vegans in any research project to date (n=1,587). Research was conducted for my PhD in Social Policy at the University of Kent, using a mixed-methods, longitudinal … Continue reading REPORT: Meat reduction and vegan promotion
I am excited to announce that in two weeks, I will be releasing the (free) report detailing the findings of my PhD research project! This report has been designed specifically for those fighting to promote sustainable diets based on drastic or total reductions to animal food product consumption. In it you will find some key … Continue reading Research background & design overview