Ian Hill is a PhD student of comparative literature at the University of Maryland. He spends his time reading Russian literature, working on ecocritical research papers, and listening to extreme metal.
Nigeria Welcomes International Support for Plant-Based Push
ProVeg International has opened a new office in Nigeria with the intent to spread plant-based food to the country’s “markets, streets, schools, and hospitals.” Situated in Lagos, ProVeg Nigeria marks the tenth country to which the nonprofit has expanded since its inception in 2017 – another step in a goal of “reducing the global consumption …
Study: Plant-Based Diet Associated with Improved Prostate Cancer Recovery
According to new research published by the American Society of Clinical Oncology, a plant-based diet may help men with prostate cancer improve their condition and prevent cancer recurrence. The forthcoming study, presented to a cancer-research symposium in February 2023, focuses on the diets of over 2,000 men with prostate cancer, also known as PC. Vivian …
Odd Burger Aims to Open 150 Restaurants Across India, Singapore
Vegan fast-food chain Odd Burger has announced its intention to expand out of Canada into the Asian market with 145 new locations in India and five in Singapore opening over the next 10 years. Cofounder and CEO James McInnes expressed his optimism about entering the Indian market, citing the nation’s high population of vegetarians and …