Get ready to dive into the vibrant global extravaganza of Plant Forward 2023, brought to you by ACTAsia and Compassionate Choices Network (CCN) across Asia, in collaboration with plant-based leader Oatly (China). From September 15th to October 4th, this event ignites the power of plant-based living with captivating online and offline sessions, a tantalizing exploration of authentic Asian cuisine, and an invigorating “10-day challenge” to swap one daily meal for a plant-based delight. Fuel positive change across Asia and beyond.
East Grinstead, West Sussex, United Kingdom, 23rd Aug 2023, King NewsWire – Get ready for the second annual Plant Forward event organised by ACTAsia and its Compassionate Choices Network (CCN) throughout Asia. This dynamic celebration brings together nine countries. Partnering with plant-based giants, Oatly (China), it spotlights the transformative power of plant-based living.
Starting in 2022, Plant Forward is the first and biggest of its kind. It aims to increase understanding of plant-based eating and to demonstrate the importance of plants in a sustainable future. Plant Forward 2023 is also an SDG action of the United Nations’ Global Week to #ACT4SDGs, a global initiative dedicated to making the Sustainable Development Goals a reality.
Plant Forward 2023 is a vibrant extravaganza from September 15th to October 4th. Dive into captivating online and offline sessions and embark on a new “10-day challenge,” where individuals can replace one daily meal with a plant-based option for ten consecutive days.
ACTAsia and CCN extend a global invitation to explore authentic Asian plant-based cuisine with seasoned chefs. Uncover the impact of plant-based living on animal welfare, climate change, and sustainable food systems. Live sessions by Asian medical professionals offer insights into the health benefits of embracing a plant-based lifestyle.
Pei Su, CEO and Co-founder of ACTAsia, shares her excitement: “Plant Forward is a vital event, crafted by Asians for Asians. Asia stands at a pivotal moment, with many nations committing to ambitious CO2 reduction targets and companies focusing on ESG strategies. This event empowers individuals to contribute to these goals.” Pei adds: “Through this lively event, we’re rallying people worldwide to join us in supporting Plant Forward 2023 in Asia. Our sustainable future is with plants!”
Join us for Plant Forward 2023. Embrace plant-based living to fuel positive change across Asia and beyond.
Register for Plant Forward here: https://www.actasia.org/plant-forward-2023/
Watch our video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcPtygggKKM
NOTES TO EDITORS:
ACTAsia works to drive long term, sustainable change for animals, people and the environment through a range of education programmes for children, consumers and professionals. The award-winning programmes, recognised by the UN, drive positive and sustainable long-term change in Asian societies, helping people to understand and appreciate the importance of the interdependence of animals, people and the environment. Education helps to increase awareness and understanding of animal sentience and interconnectivity of all living things – something which can be lacking in parts of Asian society owing to a complex range of historical, political and socio-economic factors.
Through its Compassionate Choices Network, ACTAsia supports Asian organisations and advocates by building strong localised partnerships to work together to reduce animal consumption, harm to humans and environmental damage by promoting responsible consumption and sustainable lifestyles.
ACTAsia is registered as a non-profit organisation in the UK, the Netherlands, and Australia, with 501(c)3 status in the US and offices in China and ACTAsia has a Special Consultative Status with UN ECOSOC.
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