Vegetable eaters get a lot of flak for adopting a meat-free lifestyle, but according to The Economist, “a widespread switch to vegetarianism could curb global greenhouse gas emissions by nearly two-thirds, while a switch to veganism would cut them by 70% by 2050.”
If that data inspires you to make a change, why not go meat-free, or at least check out bits and pieces of the lifestyle at the first ever World Vegan Day in Malaysia on the first weekend of November? Besides, it’s pretty hard to reject an invitation to an event where you’ll be served with food that looks like this:
Get nutritional advice, meet likeminded individuals who share the same passion for a better world, and munch on some delicacies on the event itself (so you’ll know that there’s more to plant-based diet than just salads and Buddha bowls). Supported by Malaysian Vegetarian Society and Veganism Malaysia, learn a thing or two and ask the questions you’ve always had about the lifestyle or maybe just come for the heck of it. Nothing screams fun for the body and mind more than a healthy activity and a break away from the usual happy hour at your local bar.
Visit the event page here for more updates and RSVP now.