Get to know more about us and our mission
Thank you for taking the time to visit Planetary Concerns.
Due to my growing concerns about the environment and animal welfare, I wanted to create an online resource where others could learn more about their environmental footprint and their impact on animal welfare.
As an individual, I often felt powerless to change anything in our world, while being confronted on a daily basis by more and more environmental vandalism.
The abuse of animals, farmed for food, has grown to a scale that should be unthinkable.
But this practice continues to grow due to political lobbying undertaken behind closed doors and the relentless marketing by corporations, promoting ‘positive images’ of the treatment of animals which are far from reality.
Furthermore, animals used for sport are often similarly mistreated and ‘disposed of’ when no longer profitable.
Planetary Concerns aims to provide a space offering support and information as you strive to live your best life.
Again, thank you for your interest. I look forward to hearing from you.
Diana Pampling, founder of Planetary Concerns
Our aim is to provide information about the environment, veganism, animal rights and animal welfare. Initially the content will be blogs and longer articles for those interested in further reading. As the site develops other formats and types of content as well as more products will be added.
The main aim of this site is to help show how you as an individual can make changes to your diet, and lifestyle to reduce suffering to animals and lower your carbon footprint.
Information on current news in regard to environmental and animal issues will also be a feature to help keep you up to date with the latest events.
You are welcome to share your comments and feedback. Please also let us know if you have suggestions for other topics or additional content you would like to see.
I hope you will stay with us. I am very excited at the prospect of what we as individuals can achieve as more people commit to make changes in their daily lives.
Most change for the good doesn’t come from governments but starts with individuals. You and me…!