"V" or not to "V", that is the confusion
Looking-Glass and VeggieGlobal's major campaign
investigating food products labelled suitable for vegetarians. Are
all veggie labelled foods totally meat free? We also launch a campaign
for an easy read, global, ethical labeling system for all foods
and products, which shows whether or not they are meat free
or tested on animals.
We invite you to vote on this - The NOVA Key - so we can encourage
all manufacturers, governments and countries to make this a compulsory
global labeling system on all products. We invite other vegetarian
and animal welfare groups to join us and to help promote this important
project. We also include views and opinion from key figures in animal
welfare and manufacturing.
the Nova Key campaign
Campaign to ban the public sale or use of fireworks
Each year thousands of wild birds and animals simply die of fright
from the noise of fireworks in back yards. We are not being killjoys
here, but wish to divert the use of noisy fireworks solely to organised
displays in open field areas, where they don't cause so much environnmental
the Ban The Bang! campaign
Free, Animal / Environmentally Friendly, Organic Hypermarkets
A popular campaign. This
is a forum and voting system designed to discuss the possibilities
of Meat Free / Organic Supermarkets, offering the same service and
shopping experience as big name supermarkets.
Your votes are waiting to make the difference.
To the Veggie Hypermarket vote page
Global Green Laws:
The concept of universal
laws covering environmental, humanitarian and animal welfare across
the planet may seem impossible to put into practice. But Veggieglobal,
through Looking-Glass, may just provide the ultimate path of passive
but effective protest to make all world governments sit up,
listen and surely respond to their citizens increasing concerns.VeggieGlobal
introduces the Global Green Laws with informative introductions.
100,000 of your votes are waiting to make the difference.
To The Global Green Laws
An insensitive new generation of fashion
followers are buying and wearing real fur clothing again. In a shocking
report by the BBC's Money Programme in 2003, young people say that
"Moral objections are old hat"...
Even though the UK government banned fur production in 2002, British
furriers have reported a massive surge in sales. Just as we thought
the unsavoury trend of wearing fur was slowly becoming a thing of
the past, fashion designers have decided to target consumers with
designs laced with dead animals. It's no thanks to a new generation
of insensitive designers and consumers that everyone from the catwalk
to the high street is wearing it again. Young people have somehow
been brainwashed into believing that fur is cool and trendy. Even
though fake fur has been perfected to a point where it's almost
impossible to tell the difference, it seems that a new wave of un-compassionate
consumers find humane alternatives of no importance. Sales in fur
have risen by 35% in 2003 alone. British traders buy and sell a
staggering 50% of the worlds fur from countries like Denmark. Since
fur farming has been outlawed in the UK, many farmers have simply
moved their barbaric practices to other countries. While designers
are firmly set in generating a demand for fur fashion then trading
looks to increase even further over the coming years. (more
on this at LGGN)
Either visit our complete min-site
About Fur, which also includes comments
from fashion models and info about Anti-fur campaigns ... or ...
against animal experimentation, blood / animal racing sports and