Eat For The Planet by Nil Zacharias and Gene Stone
Article code EFTP-Stone-9781419729102
A compelling book full of infographics and facts that support what scientists internationally are coming to understand: that the primary driver of climate change is our industrialized food system. Hardcover. 159 pages.
Black Female Vegans Speak on Food, Identity, Health, and Society. If you're looking for a diverse collection of intersectional perspectives and theories on the intricacies of black veganism, this book is here for you.
"It's time to put your good intentions into action. It's time to give a shit." This practical handbook gives you the tools you need to transition into being kinder, healthier, and more sustainable. 303 pages.
Protest Kitchen by Carol J. Adams and Virginia Messina
Article code PK-Adams-9781573247436
"The Revolution That Begins In The Kitchen." If you're looking for the book to inspire change and demonstrate what a vegan diet can do for human rights, social justice, and other aspects of our existence, look no further! 208 pages.
A pragmatic approach to creating the animal rights movement that we need. "A must-read for anyone who wants to maximize their impact to make the world a better place for animals." Paperback. 192 pages.