University of Technology Sydney
Tani Khara is a PhD student at the Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney. She is currently undertaking her thesis in cross cultural meat-eating practices with a view towards encouraging a reduced meat diet. Prior to undertaking her thesis, she worked as an insights and strategy manager in several industries—some of which include media, consulting and food products—spanning markets in Asia, Europe and Australia. Her research interests include animal welfare, ethical veganism and food cultures in emerging markets.
ArticlesIndia has one of the world’s highest proportions of plant-based consumers relative to its total population (Sawe). However, the view that India is a predominantly vegetarian nation is likely inaccurate, as recent findings from the 2014 Indian Census indicate that only three in ten Indians self-identity as vegetarian (Census of India). Other studies similarly estimate the prevalence of...Read more