Actor Liam Hemsworth Asked to do the #VeganCancer Challenge

One-third of the famous Hemsworth trio of actors, Liam Hemsworth is a 26-year-old actor with experience for the better part of the last decade. He’s famous for his role alongside Miley Cyrus in The Last Song, and as his role as Gale Hawthorne in the Hollywood adaptation of The Hunger Games series of young adult novels.

An avid surfer and ambassador to the Australian Childhood Foundation, Hemsworth has also recently gone vegan. Inspired by his fellow vegan costar in the Hunger Games, Woody Harrelson, Hemsworth has found success in going completely plant-based. “There are no negatives to eating like this,” the actor told Men’s Fitness magazine in an interview in October. “I feel nothing but positive, mentally and physically. I love it. I feel like it also has a kind of a domino effect on the rest of my life.”

Given his newfound love for a plant-based diet, we’d like to ask Mr. Hemsworth to take on the #VeganCancer challenge, and help us grow our movement into a global initiative for a better world! Through vegan crowdfunding, #VeganCancer is an online platform through which vegans to suggest, plan, fund and build vegan projects anywhere in the world. Projects can range from animal rescue centers and sanctuary farms to farming-based sustainable housing projects in the desert. The only rules are three basic tenets that need to be met:

Sustainability. No finite resources can be burnt or used for energy unless in an emergency. All energy and food production must be renewable, and with the long-term in mind. Rehabilitative farming will be the norm, and sustainable, Earthship-like housing.

Cruelty-free treatment. That means that all earthlings – animals and humans alike – should be treated without cruelty. No animal products or production. Rescued animals are kept wild within a reserved space – a forest, as an example. Humans aren’t to be discriminated against either, on no basis including sex, race, age, or ability.

Freedom of information. This means that the projects must facilitate an environment wherein knowledge is free. Tutorships and mentorships can be awarded based on merit, not funds.

That’s that! However, to get the movement off the ground, we’ve started the #VeganCancer challenge. Through this challenge, we hope to spread the word on the movement and get more people on board to help change the world! The challenge is simple, and has three steps:

Hug a tree, and take a picture or video of yourself doing so.

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