This is your guide to the 2019 climate change election. We are in the midst of a climate emergency: living in such desperate times surely calls for desperate measures…. but the choice in the ballot box is the same as always.
Or is it?
Here is Anna’s guide to the 2019 election with a focus on the climate catastrophe and animal welfare. This election might be our last chance on climate change so I have been more … forthright… that I usually am in the public sphere. Hope that’s okay!
Below is a detailed review of 5 party manifestos, in alphabetical order.
I have included:
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- Quotes from each manifesto
- Quotes from Friends of The Earth and Compassion in World Farming
- Some thoughts of my our own! These are either on a pink background or in (italics/brackets)
- Also, I used the Nature Watch Foundation election report as a guide
Flaya make vegan perfume: they are a female lead, vegan, small family business run by mum and two daughters.
Launching in June 2017, these former health shop owners have created Vegan Society and Nature Watch certified perfumes that are selling like… very aromatic hot cakes!
Their minimalist, classy style with a twist of something rebellious, backed up with genuine quality and deep rooted ethical principles, makes them fit right in with today’s vegan scene! Here’s what they’ve got to say…
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Meet Mesquitta, a young and dynamic woman on a fascinating journey. Her business, Vegan Beauty Cosmetics, sells gorgeous glitzy handmade vegan nail polish and cosmetics. But Effiena’s story is an interesting one: she became aware of veganism through her business, rather than starting the business from a vegan perspective. How great is that? Let’s find out more…
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