“The well-being and flourishing of human and non-human Life on Earth have value in themselves”. –Arne Naess and George Sessions, 1984. My recently completed research took a multimodal approach to the investigation of the way animal welfare is represented on Sainsbury’s website. At first, I wanted to compare four leading UK supermarkets: ASDA, Tesco, Morrison’s… Continue reading How is Animal Welfare represented on Sainsbury’s website?
In Society Now, Autumn 2016, Issue 26, p. 7 (read it here) Helping us think before we buy A research into how to promote sustainable consumption in the fashion and energy industries by University of Sheffield and the London College of Fashion found that “consumers feel detached from the processes that bring electricity, gas and… Continue reading I spy… Consumption is Consuming Us