Most are free to view online, but the price is shown next to those which aren’t. See here for the same list sorted by theme.
- Vegan Life – £3.35
- Little Green Seedling
- Minnesota Conservation Volunteer
- The Animals Voice – $3 Digital & $10 Post
- The Ethical Consumer – £5
- Animal Culture – $10 Digital
- Eurogroup for Animals
- Earth Island
- World Wildlife (WWF)
- Viva! Life
- The Vegan (The Vegan Society) – £3 Digital or Pos
- Driftwood – $4.25 Digital & $12.50 Print
- VegNews – $5 USD
- Laika – $5 Digital & $8 Post
- Thrive – $5 USD
- Howl (Hunt Saboteurs Association) – £5
- Irish Wildlife (Wildlife Trust) – €3.75-8.75
- Outrage (Animal Aid) – £8-21 Post
- All Animals (Humane Society) – £25 for all future printed
- Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation – $18
- Raptor Release
- Animal Liberation – $20
- Between the Species
- Animal People
- Barefoot Vegan
Vegan Life – £3.35
About more than a meat and dairy free diet – the magazine covers all aspects of living a cruelty-free lifestyle, from food and sustainability, to animal compassion and environmental issues. It is the go-to resource for anyone interested in plant-based food and culture.
All things compassionate, sustainable and vegan! Covering; animal rights activism, vegan food, vegan permaculture, meditation and yoga, rewilding, green living, minimalism, alternative living spaces (tiny houses, vans, etc.), creating your ideal life & reconnecting with nature.
Minnesota Conservation Volunteer
“This magazine is as much a Minnesota tradition as ice fishing and summer weekends at the lake,” said editor-in-chief Kathleen Weflen. “Some people refer to us as their little National Geographic. People feel it’s their magazine.” Though the Volunteer is a university publication, Weflen said it has always been given autonomy. “We don’t have to get approval from commissioners for stories, and we’ve never had a story pulled,” said Weflen. “I can’t say they’re always happy.” But the well-regarded magazine clearly is a good public relations vehicle for an agency that often is in the hot seat.
The Animals Voice – $3 Digital & $10 Post
Laura Moretti founded The Animals Voice in 1986. Coupling her passion for the rights of animals with her design and writing skills, she began publishing the magazine as a means to unite the various animal protection groups in existence at the time — because there’s strength in numbers.
The Ethical Consumer – £5
Each issue features detailed product guides, news of ethical products and campaigns, in-depth features, opinion, comment, boycott updates, readers’ letters, and much more. Discover the truth behind the products we buy and the companies we buy them from.
Animal Culture – $10 Digital
Aspires to educate, motivate, and celebrate by featuring exclusive and timely interviews with artists, writers, and other animal advocates, along with book reviews, humane education, visual culture information, cruelty-free product reviews, plant-based recipes, and legislative alerts.
Addresses head-on the issues that animals confront—such as their lives in shelters and the harsh conditions they face in the food, entertainment, fashion, and research industries. The magazine shines a spotlight on those animals who are hidden, misunderstood, and not listened to—as well as those human beings who are fighting to protect them.
Research and Lobbying.
Combining investigative journalism, thought-provoking commentary, and art to highlight the subtle but profound connections between the environment and other contemporary issues. We go beyond daily headlines to explore environmental concerns from a wide range of perspectives — from the personal to the political, the local to the global — and produce the type of investigative reporting and narrative writing found in few other environmental magazines. We put our principles next to our reporting and marshal the facts to make a passionate argument for defending Earth. Our unique brand of environmental journalism is a key resource for anyone eager to help protect our shared planet.
World Wildlife (WWF)
World Wildlife magazine provides an inspiring, in-depth look at the connections between animals, people and our planet. Published quarterly by WWF, the magazine helps make you a part of our efforts to solve some of the most pressing issues facing the natural world.
No general description available. The latest issue features an interview with radio presenter Sarah Jane Crawford and a feature on their 25th Anniversary.
The Vegan (The Vegan Society) – £3 Digital or Post
Are you looking for up-to-date information regarding all things vegan? Are you tired of reading through magazines only to find minimal vegan content? Well, despair no more! You can subscribe to The Vegan Society’s quarterly magazine The Vegan, packed full of vegan content ranging from news, food, interviews, current issues, book reviews and of course, some fabulous and creative recipes. Read about issues as diverse as raw foods, senior nutrition, vegan celebs and vegan festivals – there’s always something for everyone.
Driftwood – $4.25 Digital & $12.50 Print
If you aspire to be the ultimate vegan globetrotter, this is the magazine for you. Each issue is full of vegan travel stories and profiles of prominent figures in the community. The magazine describes itself as a “travel and culture digest for the graduated vegan”.
VegNews – $5 USD
The latest news in the vegan world, travel, recipes, interviews with animal rights activists and plant-based celebrities, practical advice and much more are packed into each issue of this must-read magazine.
Laika – $5 Digital & $8 Post
A melting pot of all things vegan from fashion, beauty, food, travel, and activism. The magazine seeks to reflect how amazing and vibrant a lifestyle focused on kindness can be.
Thrive – $5 USD
If you are looking for tips and tricks to improve this New Year, this is the magazine you want. Thrive’s mission statement is to provide inspiration and tools to all who seek to better themselves. Each month influencers in the plant-based world are featured; musicians, artists, social entrepreneurs and athletes. You can also find nutritional advice and delicious vegan recipes in each issue.
Howl (Hunt Saboteurs Association) – £5
No general description available. The latest issue contains articles on the HSA Committee, Getting Press, Sabbing the New Forest Buckhounds, Hunt sabs and the law part 5, Group News, Vermin Patrol and News.
Irish Wildlife (Wildlife Trust) – €3.75-8.75
Excellent production values, high-quality photographic images, attractive and informative articles on all aspects of Irish wildlife.
Outrage (Animal Aid) – £8-21 Post
Every member really does make a difference, giving us greater credibility when speaking out through the media, schools and high streets of Britain. And as a member, you will receive Outrage magazine, with ideas of how to join in the campaigning.
All Animals (Humane Society) – £25 for all future printed
The latest on how you’re helping us fight for all animals, as well as profiles of people on the front lines, tips for caring for your pets and protecting wildlife, heartwarming tales of rescue and rehab, actions you can take and more. Beautifully illustrated and thoroughly researched, All Animals will inspire you and keep you informed on the issues you care about.
Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation – $18
Has served as a primary reference for wildlife rehabilitators and others involved in the care and conservation of wildlife since 1977. The goals of this publication are:
1) To serve as the primary benefit to IWRC Members by providing reliable, relevant and useful information for wildlife rehabilitators and others involved in the care, treatment and conservation of wildlife.
2) To act as a bridge publication between the wildlife rehabilitation field and the broader scientific community in order to promote the professionalism and credibility of wildlife rehabilitation.
In addition to articles about The Raptor Center’s teaching, research, and service activities, the magazine contains regular features including news from The Raptor Center and upcoming events.
Animal Liberation – $20
Jam-packed with interesting articles, reviews, recipes, and more.
A peer-reviewed electronic journal devoted to the philosophical examination of the relationship between human beings and other animals. While most articles are ethical inquiries, others raise issues involving metaphysics, epistemology and other areas of philosophical investigation. Between the Species is an open access journal: users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles.
Barefoot Vegan – $2 for all past digital
The digital version of Barefoot Vegan Magazine was published between 2015 – 2017. Focusing on all things veganism, it also included content on spirituality, community building, social justice, and sustainable living. Featuring interviews with people such as Colleen Patrick Goudreau, Kip Anderson, Shaun Monson, Tracye McQuirter, Robert Grillo, Brenda Sanders, James Aspey and many more!
A newspaper that reported current events related to animal protection around the world. In 2014 the newspaper was retired, and the organization’s resources pooled into development of a new, online project that would better serve the needs of the humane cause in the 21st century. Today, Animal People continues to fulfill its longstanding educational mission through the Animal People Forum, a global platform where people from all backgrounds can submit content, network, and discuss and debate issues and perspectives relevant to the animal protection movement.
Vegetarianism, environmentalism, animal advocacy and social justice.