CLIMATE CHANGE NEWS
Climate change is here. We can no longer ignore the rising temperatures, rising seas and extreme weather events.
A new alliance formed between leaders from across the world could change could see the drawing up of a functional Green New Deal.
Rising water temperature in the Chagos Archipelago reef is destroying the eco-system that both humans and sea-life rely on.
US envoy for climate change, John Kerry, says that there is still time to secure a future free from the impact of climate change if world leaders act now.
A few giant food companies are responsible for almost all the products we find in our supermarkets. Here’s how it impacts the environment.
A new study shows that ending animal agriculture entirely could offset an alarming 70% of all carbon emissions produced this century.
The impact of the climate catastrophe is being felt most by animals who are the most reliant on the natural world for shelter and food.
Young people who are concerned about the state of the planet are using popular social media app, TikTok, to challenge climate change
Rich countries are still far from fulfilling their promise of giving $100 billion towards fighting global issues around climate catastrophe.
New research confirms what scientists have feared; the Amazon rainforest is producing more carbon emissions than it is absorbing.
Sharks often get a bad rep in the media but protecting these powerful animals could actually help us to fight our biggest threat, climate change.
Scottish actor, Alan Cumming, says that the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) must align itself with its climate goals and serve vegan.
The facts are stacked against the animal agriculture industry when it comes to climate change, so why aren’t we more informed?
Animal agriculture is the most destructive force on the planet. Mass veganism is the only way to combat the impact of climate catastrophe.
Scientists say that more than one billion marine animals have been killed due to ‘heat dome’ in Western Canada as beaches become flush with dead sea life.
Simply swapping to a plant-based diet can help to save the earth from climate catastrophe, but how exactly does this work?
Research shows that millennials and Gen Z youth are more likely than older generations to feel anxiety about climate change and the future of the planet.
The choices we make about the food we eat can make a big impact on the health of the planet. The power is in the hands of the consumer.
These three start-ups are encouraging environmentally sustainable consumerism with their innovative, climate-friendly products.
Swapping out beef for chicken is not a climate friendly decision. The poultry industry is just as environmentally destructive.
EU farming policy has done little to curb climate change causing GHG emissions despite allocating 100 billion euros towards subsidies.
Argentina becomes the first country in the world to ban the farming of salmon in marine cages in an exemplary move to limit environmental damage.
Pig farm, Danish Crown, sued by activists after launching an advertising campaign which claimed “pigs are more climate-friendly than you think.”
Experts have been hard at work designing a legal definition for ‘ecocide’ in order for it to be acknowledged as a crime by the ICC.
We are already beginning to see the impact and risks that will come with climate change. It is clear that now is the time to act.
GHG emissions caused by animal agriculture are destroying the planet. Cutting animal products out of your diet could help fight the climate crisis.
Plant-based meat alternatives and cultured meats are the future of food. Governments should be investing more towards these sustainable options.
Plant-based meats are growing in popularity, but are these meat substitutes good for our health? The short answer is yes.
Research done by UN scientists shows the usefulness of dealing with climate change and biodiversity loss together, rather than as separate issues.
The Climate Change Committee (CCC) says that we should be consuming 35% less meat and dairy by 2050 in order to meet climate goals.
The NGO wants the United Nations to add a ‘Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 18’ to its objectives that speaks specifically to animal exploitation.
IPCC draft report warns of a series of points in time at which climate change can not be stopped, highlighting the urgency of the situation.
Animal agriculture is the biggest contributor to climate catastrophe. Ending it is our only real chance to save the planet and ourselves.
A new report backed by the United Nations highlights the animal agriculture industry as a major cause of climate catastrophe.
The segment named ‘How Meat is Making the Planet Sick’ showcases all of the ways in which meat farming and consumption is leading to environmental disaster.
The UN wildlife summit was meant to take place in October last year but has been postponed twice since due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
All of humanity is under attack of being eliminated due to climate catastrophe, however the media is failing to report on it with the urgency required.
According to the United Nations the revival of ecosystems is dependant on rewilding large areas of land to counteract biodiversity loss.
The world is far too dependant on an unsustainable food system which is heavily reliant on animal agriculture. This needs to change before its too late.
Animal farming is the leading cause of deforestation, the largest driver of habitat loss and is responsible for more emissions than all transport globally.
Existing conservation efforts are insufficient to prevent widespread biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse, the UN has warned.
Air pollution from food production in the US is responsible for premature deaths every year, with 80% being connected to production of animal-based foods.
The global food system carbon footprint will worsen and a transition to plant-based food is inevitable says a recent report by Credit Suisse.
Despite earnest efforts we’ve made essentially no progress in reining in global carbon emissions to keep the planet from melting down.
Not eating meat is one of the best ways to reduce your impact on the environment. Here are some startling statistics on the impact of red meat production.
Melting animal ice sculptures outside parliament showing link between animal agriculture and climate change
Spearheaded by vegan charity PETA, animal-shaped ice sculptures were left melting outside the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France.
According to a report released by the World Wildlife Fund a number of species of animals and plants will soon go extinct due to rising temperatures.
Deforestation, habitat destruction and the abuse of wildlife are the main cause of pandemics including COVID-19. Why are world leaders ignoring this?
Brazil is set to lose up to $1 billion dollars in their agricultural industry due to large-scale deforestation to make way for meat farming.
The WWF has warned that if the earth heats up by more than 1.5C we could have a mass animal extinction crisis on our hands.
France has proposed a plan to reach its net-zero greenhouse gas emission targets by taking meat off the menu at schools and other public places.
An exhibition by Oxford University’s LEAP (Livestock Environment and People) programme aims to show consumers the impact of animal products on the climate.
Environmentalist Jane Goodall says that we must learn to respect nature and fix our environmental catastrophe if we wish to prevent future pandemics.
President Biden’s plan to deal with climate catastrophe does not consider nearly 80% of the US’s agriculture emissions are caused by animal agriculture.
Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, Breaking Boundaries takes viewers through the mounting issues of the ecological crisis and also delves into the solutions.
The rhetoric from agricultural producers echoes that of fossil fuel producers. Both industries claim that climate science is inconclusive and call for more research.
In the hard-hitting short film, For Nature, Thunberg points out that animal agriculture is often ignored when it comes to the climate crisis.
As consumers buy more and more clothes, the fast fashion industry has flourished, using exploitative labour and environmentally-harmful processes.
UK president-designate of Cop26, Alok Sharma, says that the annual climate conference should be held in person rather than virtually.
Methane emissions, including those produced by animal agriculture need to be halved if we are to meet the climate goals of the Paris agreement.
If Germany is serious about reaching its net-zero goal five years ahead, it will have to address animal agriculture’s impact on the crisis.
Transitioning to a plant-based diet will help us save our planet for future generations and provide companionship for the animals.
A recent report in the Journal of Ecological Society confirms that animal agriculture is far worse for our planet than previously believed.
Biden’s special envoy for climate change recognises the Pope’s important position to positively influence climate crisis before its too late.
Newly released climate report that had previously been delayed by the Trump administration indicates shocking climate change impact on America.
Scientists are calling on the European Union to promote the produce and consumption of legumes for a more sustainable and healthy lifestyle.
President Biden’s climate change plan titled the American Jobs Plan ignores the biggest contributor to climate change; animal agriculture.
Alternatives to dairy products such as milk brand Oatly are gaining in popularity as people learn of th environmental impact of dairy.
Jennifer Jacquet, associate professor of environmental studies at NYU calls out American’s unhealthy relationship with meat and its impact on the planet.
Frans Timmermans, Vice President of the European Union, says that countries need to “move fast” to ensure that the future of the planet is protected.
Time is running out for the meat industry. Consumers are more informed than ever and technology is filling in the ethical gap left by animal agriculture.
The COP26 climate conference should make it a priority to serve only vegan food in order to promote a sustainable, climate friendly diet.
A new report by Animal Equity shows the true damage that Mexico’s factory farming industry is having on the natural environment.
Is climate change and global warming the same thing? Why should I care about climate change? How can I make a difference? We have all the answers.
The meat industry would collapse if it were held responsible for its contribution to environmental destruction and public safety hazards.
A study in the journal ‘Climatic Change’ has found that meat and dairy companies are lagging behind in making a 2050 net-zero commitment.
Encouraging government funding for meat and dairy alternatives and convincing policymakers to promote them could revolutionise climate action.
A new report has found that humans are using 73% more of the earth’s natural resources than the earth is able to produce in a year.
Members from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) say swapping beef for beans could help the US reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
A website dedicated to food enthusiasts has decided to cut all mention of beef from its articles and recipes to promote sustainable eating.
A fake claim that President Joe Biden is planning to limit meat consumption drives conservatives insane. Here’s why they are wrong.
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg slams House of Representatives in powerful critique of US fossil fuel subsidies at Earth Day summit.
Greta Thunberg launches scathing attack on US congress, accuses members of ignoring the urgency of climate crisis as Biden announces commitment to cause.
UK environmental journalist, George Monbiot, speaks on climate change, coronavirus and human consumerism as a catalyst for disaster.
UK Secretary of State for Business Kwasi Karteng, says that meeting climate goals requires less meat consumption and he may even go vegan.
Celebrities including Katy Perry and Leonardo DiCaprio are asking US President Joe Biden not to go through with Brazil deal that could harm the environment.
Check out this list of ways to eat for a more sustainable planet by making substitutes to your diet that are climate friendly.
Greta Thunberg meets veteran environmentalist David Attenborough during making of BBC documentary, says: “I have so much respect for him.”
The meat and dairy industries pose a major risk to the world’s forests, causing a startling 80% of all deforestation worldwide.
There are many mantras about saving the planet but there is only one way that is certain to make a difference and that is to go vegan.
Earth Day is on 22 April every year. What better way is there to celebrate than to cosy down with these ten informative documentaries.
In the last 100 years, the irresponsible and careless behaviour of humans has pushed the Earth and its ecosystems to the brink.
Saving the planet from climate catastrophe will require an overhaul of the food system. This means opting for greener diets.
If the Biden administration is serious about tackling climate change it must deal with the US’s reliance on unhealthy and unsustainable animal agriculture.
Swedish climate activist, Greta Thunberg, will be testifying in US congress this Earth Day, which coincides with President Biden’s climate change summit.
Government subsidies to the animal agriculture industry more than doubles in 2020 despite concerns for public health and climate change.
Greenberg’s book entitled “The Climate Diet: 50 Simple Ways to Trim Your Carbon Footprint” offers ways for individuals to go green in their everyday lives.
The chance to act on climate change is being wasted. Its time for world leaders to get serious about climate change before its too late.
Earth Day is 22 April and what better way to celebrate the earth than to adopt the most environmentally friendly diet of them all; veganism!
The EU is one of the world’s largest importers of products produced in deforested areas of the tropical forests of South America and Africa.
The US Department of Environmental Quality has approved a plan by Smithfield food to convert faecal fumes into natural gas. Here is why its a lazy plan.
President Joe Biden will be holding a Leaders Summit on Climate for world leaders to discuss solutions to the climate crisis.
Swedish activist, Greta Thunberg, has gone from climate activist to campaigner for global vaccination equity as a necessity for climate action.
To conserve and restore damaged ecosystems, a study suggests that wilderness areas should be rewilded by the re-introduction of wild animal populations.
We have summed up three ways in which switching to a sustainable, plant-based diet can help to save planet earth from man-made destruction.
Replacing meat and dairy farming with plants needed for meat alternatives could be the answer to ending the destruction of the Amazon rainforest.
Dealing with climate change should be seen as a joint effort in eliminating threats to biodiversity to combat the looming extinction.
Climate activist, Greta Thunberg, says that the COP26 climate talks should be postponed until COVID-19 rollout is effective.
The Biden presidency has placed a target on industry hyper-consolidation. Now, Biden must address unsustainable meat-industry monopoly.
TAKEOUT, a Michal Siewierski documentary, explores the way in which our meat and dairy heavy fast-food diets are destroying the Amazon Rainforest.
According to research from New York University, US meat and dairy companies have spent millions lobbying against climate-friendly legislature.
JBS, the largest meat producing company in the world, has been a driving force in rainforest destruction over many years.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reports “highest ever” CO2 average, sparking response from activists.
Thunberg accused Timmermans of lacking courage to deal with the catastrophe saying “the time for small steps in the right direction is long gone.”
According to new research published in the Nature Ecology and Evolution journal, asserts that the average Westerner’s diet kills four trees per year.
Research finds that subsidizing sustainable plant-based foods can help guide consumers towards making climate-friendly food choices.
Coral reefs are under threat as never before. The biggest danger comes from human activities such as animal agriculture, overfishing and climate change.
Scientists have claimed adding seaweed to cow feed could reduce methane gas emissions to meet climate goals, but this plan is flawed says Dr Alex Lockwood.
More farmers are ditching the meat and dairy industry and embrace sustainable changes in agriculture in favour of environmentally-friendly plant farming.
There is increasing awareness that a plant-based diet is climate-friendly and a change in one’s lifestyle can make a huge impact on one’s carbon footprint.
As a result if human caused climate change, plants are not getting the nutrients and nutrient rich soil and water that they need to grow.
Despite growing awareness about the harm to the environment caused by meat consumption, Americans continue to buy and eat meat.
Social Media have become a hotbed for fake news about climate change and biodiversity as well as the negative impact of humans on the planet.
Climate activist and vegan Greta Thunberg and FridaysForFuture protested in Stockhold to urge action on climate emergency with #NoMoreEmptyPromises”
The US agricultural industry is being tormented by climate change induced winter storms that have left hundreds of thousands of animals dead.
The US food pyramid is promoted as the correct and healthy way to portion food, but it is unhealthy for people and for the planet.
People overwhelmingly claim that they’re reducing their meat consumption for health, environmental, and animal welfare reasons especially in Europe.
Food systems, a new study has found, contribute far more to greenhouse gas emissions than previously thought.
New survey done by The Vegan Society shows that Brits want the government to promote veganism for health and environmental reasons.
According to newly published studies done on the extent of the destruction of the Amazon; the rainforests might already be an emitter of GHG emissions.
Cultivated meat is 93 percent less harmful to the planet than real meat according to a New study by independent research firm CE Delft.
Protecting natural spaces from the destruction of modern agriculture can actually have economic benefits according to a new Cambridge University study.
It can’t be left up to world leaders. Individuals need to make healthier food choices for their bodies and for the planet.
According to a study shows that humans and our eating habits are the biggest contributor of GHG emissions, contributing up to a third of all emissions.
The award winning actor has encouraged his millions of social media follows to choose plant-based Beyond Meat over real meat in powerful post about climate.
According to research published in Good Food Institute (GFI) lab grown meat will soon be just as accessible as real meat and is far more sustainable.
The meat and dairy industry’s ever growing hunger for cheap, quickly produced food is costing the planet and its inhabitants in a big way.
JUST EAT’s lab-grown meat was previously approved for sale and consumption in Singapore indicating a new dawn for sustainable food.
Even if fossil fuels were to become obsolete, growing consumption and demand for meat products would push us over the edge of climate catastrophe.
Tulane University study finds that US Dietary Guidelines, which have been published as nutrition advice, is reckless in a time of climate catastrophe.
Today, ordinary people know more about climate change, its impact and urgency than ever before, so why do we continue to ignore it?
Sir David Attenborough’s documentary and other eco documentaries inspire people to avoid animal products
Survey conducted by 3 SIDED CUBE finds that six in ten Brits consider going vegan for the climate after watching climate change documentaries.
In his book, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: the Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need, Bill Gates says wealthy countries should give up meat.
At the launch of the UN’s report on environmental protection UN secretary-general, António Guterres emphasises the danger of destroying nature.
Fans of K-pop, Korean pop music, are using social media platforms to voice their concerns and create awareness about climate change.
The tech billionaire’s new book entitled “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need” features climate solutions.
BBC Future has developed a Foodprint Calculator that can help you to make more sustainable and environmentally friendly food choices.
Activist Greta Thunberg launches satirical Mars tourism video to critique world leader’s focus on Mars exploration while neglecting climate catastrophe.
Research has revealed that damage to the climate and environment could lead to the collapse of society which could be a very real scenario this century.
Biodiversity loss and climate change need to be dealt with as a matter of urgency, but little effort is being put into changing unsustainable systems.
It is still possible to make progress in the battle against climate change, but the odds are dwindling that there is enough time to do so.
Doctors from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine want the Biden presidency to end animal agriculture to protect the environment.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions UN chief António Guterres agrees for climate talks to go ahead online ahead of the COP26 summit.
Interview with food journalist Mark Bittman reveals why he believes we need to reimagine food in the next 100 years to save the planet and ourselves.
Young climate activists are changing the way we speak about environmental activism in a bid to make it more inclusive and diverse.
We cannot find solutions to the climate crisis, if we do not see the importance of food-sovereignty. These things must be solved together.
Researcher says that Brazil’s toxic, meat-dependant agricultural industry can be transformed to produce nuts and fruits to medicinal plants.
According to research published in Environmental Research Letters, sustainable diets, such as veganism, can improve our health and protect the planet.
A report published by policy institute Chatham House says cutting meat and dairy out of our diets is necessary to save the environment from destruction.
UN-backed report claims that up to 86% of all at-risk species are being threatened directly by the animal agriculture industry.
A report put out by the U.K. government which highlights the problem of economically unsustainable environmental damage is welcomed by activists.
New website plugin, My Emissions, can help food bloggers to carbon label their recipes so users can make sustainable food choices.
The agriculture industry’s anti-competition practices might prove more dangerous than in other industries as it continues to threaten food security.
Social media has become a vibrant space for young vegans to promote the lifestyle, share tips and recipes and encourage environmental consciousness.
Christiana Figueres who helped to design the Paris agreement says that brands like Impossible Foods are “one of the main levers of change”.
Socioeconomic discrepancies mean that while the rich destroy the earth, the poorest among us are set to suffer the consequences.
The report by the Chatham House says that meat production is destroying the environment and that plant-based diets could save it.
Vegan celebrity chefs from BOSH!.tv, Ian Theasby and Henry Firth, discuss going vegan and why everyone should go vegan for the planet.
Diets that are loaded with meat and dairy are fuelling our unhealthy, cheap food obsession. Going plant-based could fix our broken food system.
“I want to put the animal agriculture industry out of business” says Impossible Food’s Patrick Brown
CEO of fake-meat brand Impossible Meat says that plant-based alternatives are the future and will soon replace meat and fish.
According to research done by publication ‘Climate Healers’ animal agriculture alone accounts for 87% of Green House Gas emissions.
A new survey tells us that half of Millenials and Gen-Zers and less than one third of men over 45 are happy to switch to a plant-based diet for the planet.
Climate Activist and vegan for the planet, Greta Thunberg has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for the second year in a row.
According to the Atomic Scientists, a group running The Doomsday Clock, climate change is to blame for encroaching human extinction.
Hong Kong-based food tech startup, Avant Meats, has come up with the world’s first lab-grown fish fillet and it could help save precious ocean life.
US Presiden Joe Biden, signed a series of executive orders to address climate change, focusing on the fossil fuel industry; Animal Ag stays under radar.
John Kerry, the US Climate envoy says the UN Climate Summit is the “last bet chance” to prevent the worst environmental consequences for the world.
The Swedish activist launched a scathing attack on those she claimed were all talk and no action saying we need system change.
The world’s poorest suffer the most when crisis occurs. COVID-19 is a small taste of how bad things could become if climate change is not dealt urgently.
You’ve heard that animal farming is bad for the environment, but how does it impact the climate crisis and why is dealing with it a matter of emergency.
Brazil’s right-wing President could find himself at the International Criminal Court after indigenous communities accuse him of crimes against humanity.
President Joe Biden has expressed intention to rejoin the Paris Agreement after Trump’s era of climate denialism saw the US leave.
The conservation NGO has noted industrial farming for profit as being a major cause of environmental destruction and climate change.
World leaders to meet at Climate Adaptation Summit to discuss how to deal with climate induced weather changes as youth activists demand change.
Most people are unaware of how their diet can influence the environmental. A Uswitch study says going vegan can slash climate emissions by almost 50%.
When profit, rather than the well-being of human and environmental life, determine the survival of the planet, it is a civil rights issue.
Biden is expected to issue an executive order to begin rejoining the 2015 climate pact, reversing a decision by climate-change skeptic Donald Trump.
The beef industry wants consumers to believe that their consumption of grass-fed beef is part of the fight against climate change. Don’t be duped.
Climate damage caused by organic meat production is just as high as that of conventionally farmed meat, according to research.
Celebrities, including Jane Goodall and Ricky Gervais, are urging everyone to consider going vegan in January an effort to curb the climate crisis and prevent the next global pandemic.
Teen activist Greta Thunberg criticises world leader for the approach to fighting climate catastrophe, saying: “We are still in a state of complete denial.”
Wildfires are fast becoming a common problem globally which could be a symptom of a dying biosphere due to land clearing and animal agriculture.
A United Nations report published last week shows a record rise in climate change inducing greenhouse gasses, setting us on a path towards destruction.
Thunberg continues the struggle for a better response to climate change saying that COVID-19 shows “It is possible to treat a crisis like a crisis.”
During the Climate Ambition Summit UN Secretary-General, António Guterres says that countries need to do more to reach climate goals.
The United Nations has compared the USA’s withdrawal from the Paris accord as “suicide”, stressing the importance for President-elect Joe Biden to rejoin.
Pork and dairy producers try to package biogas created from manure as sustainable energy, but activists are not having it.
Developing countries were promised $100bn in financial assistance from public and private sources to help them deal with the climate crisis.
Children have realised the importance of saving the planet for their future. However, they need everyone to come to the table to make a meaningful change.
Emily Kasriel interviews dairy farmers to get their take on how the industry will adapt to accommodate the rise of climate-friendly diets.
The Paris agreement which was drawn up five years ago cannot become a reality as long as world leaders fail to comply. So what now?
Brazil’s Pantanal wetlands, a world heritage site, have become the victim of largescale fires. Something must be done to protect them.
We gave coal the boot, it’s time we did the same to the livestock industry, which is overwhelmingly recognized as a leading cause of the climate crisis.
As wild salmon numbers begin to dwindle due to overfishing, inland factory-farmed salmon will replace it, but what does this mean for the planet?
Consumer food choices and habits can help to clean up the planet, decrease the impact of climate change and contribute to shrinking world hunger.
A newly published report is urging Welsh meat farmers to cut down on their climate emissions to help meet UK’s climate goals.
CEO Patrick O. Brown says the alternative meat company plans to replace all meat with plant-based options by the year 2035
Swiss food heavyweight Nestlé pledges €3 Billion to cut down on climate change inducing emissions but won’t ditch meat and dairy
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says that the “planet is broken” and urges immediate change to save it from climate catastrophe.
The world needs to lower its climate change inducing emissions. However, there are many challenges to achieving this. We have the breakdown.
Advertising that promotes animal agriculture such as meat and dairy are helping to drive an unsustainable industry that is poisoning the environment.
Animal Agriculture is responsible for more greenhouse gas emissions than fossil-fueled transport as well as being detrimental to human health.
Delegates who attended the Mock COP26 event, after the UN’s COP26 was cancelled this year, make strong demands to world leaders on climate change.
New Lancet report shows that rising temperatures and exposure to extreme heat is negatively impacting the health of vulnerable people.
Some global lawyers have come together to draft plans for the criminalisation of ‘ecocide’ to be potentially adopted by the international criminal court.
The Amazon rainforest is experiencing deforestation at an alarming rate due to animal agriculture and right-wing politics.
Investment initiative FAIRR estimates that a carbon tax on beef could cost 40 meat companies up to US$11.6 billion in profits by 2050.
America’s second-biggest private company, Cargill, is quickly making a name for itself as an example of industrial food’s destruction of the environment.
From Food Inc. to Our Planet, these ten documentaries and docuseries are both invigorating and informational on climate catastrophe.
Researchers find more people between the ages of 27 and 45 are afraid to have children due to the possibility of climate apocalypse.
The Climate Crisis is the most serious issue facing our planet today: the major cause, Animal Agriculture, is hardly covered in the media.
Global temperatures must be kept under 1.5/2C to prevent global warming from becoming a climate crisis that is beyond our control.
Conservative politician Rishi Sunak announced a plan that could see big companies in the UK held accountable for climate change contributions.
A new policy will move £1.6bn previously spent on land-owner subsidies towards the restoration of natural habitats and damaged soil.
By 2031 Zillennials will have the biggest share of buying power. How will their views on meat and the climate influence the economy?
Big-name supermarkets and food outlets have been found sourcing chickens from Brazillian farm responsible for the deforestation of 300 sq miles of land.
Interview with researcher Michael Clark from the Nuffield Department of Population Health at the University of Oxford on the study.
The International Finance Corporation and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development have pumped billions into meat and dairy.
Have you ever wondered what would become of food insecurity if the whole world experienced a food revolution and went vegan?
The giant billboards which read “one beef burger pollutes more than your car” is aimed at encouraging consumers to make sustainable food choices.
A report by the U.N. agency on biodiversity and ecosystem services claims intensive farming and deforestation are triggers for future pandemics.
A coalition of healthcare workers released a report calling for taxation on meat and dairy for its environmental and health impact.
The emergency of the COVID-19 pandemic is an indication that civilization has breached a major ‘tipping point’ resulting ecological emergencies.
As the fast-food enterprise introduces a vegan burger selection to its menu, the question remains; when will government’s catch up?
Not nearly enough progress is being made to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius. The key is the failure of the Animal Ag industry to curb emissions.
It may come as a surprise, but our food habits are responsible for fuelling global warming and slowing the process of curbing the effects of climate change.
Young environmentalists are staging a virtual meeting to replace the cancelled COP26 to focus on greater action on the climate crisis.
The introduction of the McPlant burger at McDonald’s is going to have a big impact on the planet as beef is one of the biggest emitters of greenhouse gases.
A new study claims that elite 1% demographic are responsible for half of all climate change inducing emissions caused through aviation.
Sir David Attenborough has been urged by youth climate activists to
keep a presence on social media following a tidal wave of interest in his documentary “A Life on our Planet”.
Shockingly, with the increase in the number of climate-related disasters, the reality of Climate Change is still being ignored by political and business leaders.
President-elect Joe Biden takes a strong stance on climate change, says he aims to out climate outlaws. Will he follow through?
The most promising way we will reach our climate goals is by shifting from animal agriculture to plant-based foods, says the University of Oxford.
After a destructive Trump presidency, Joe Biden is a breath of fresh air. Will the president-elect help the US reach its climate goals?
Indigenous leaders who have been fighting the destruction of the Amazon rainforest express their hopes for Joe Biden’s presidency.
Report by World Animal Protection (WAP) says intensive farming is engaging in “risky business” as animals begin to show signs of antibiotic resistance.
Is it possible that Joe Biden’s presidency could put the US back in the race to meet the Paris Agreement climate goals before its too late?
Speaking at a virtual eco-summit, Prince Charles stressed the importance of dealing with climate change in a decisive way following COVID-19 disaster.
Climate experts warn that we are running out of time to save the planet and ourselves from climate change destruction and ultimate extinction.
Check out our list of the twenty most invigorating and eye-opening documentaries on climate change that you should watch right away.
Humans are good at problem-solving. Coronavirus leads us to act with great speed. But when it comes to Climate Change, we dig in.
This is really very simple – a quick fix if you will. We just need more people who are willing to take that extra step and transition to a plant-based diet.
The US is responsible for 15% of all carbon emissions globally making it the second biggest contributor to climate change. Can Joe Biden turn this around?
The UK Health Alliance says that implementing a tax on unsustainable food products such as meat could help combat climate change.
Nature can’t cast a vote but is impacted by our political decisions. After an anti-green Trump era, will endangered species benefit from a Biden presidency?
One study fingers beef as the climate change culprit. Other meat and dairy products such as lamb, cheese and shellfish feature high up on the list.
Teen climate-activist Greta Thunberg calls world leaders out. Accusing them of “greenwash” due to inaction on urgent climate catastrophe.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg gets revenge on Donald Trump for saying she should work on her “anger management” in a hilarious tweet.
The United States has officially left the Paris agreement on climate change. The country produces the second-highest carbon emissions globally.
Food production alone generates up to one-third of all climate emissions globally, with the production of meat and dairy being the biggest contributors.
Climate change has a very real impact on social health. Prevention of more health crisis such as COVID-19 could be reliant on dealing with climate change.
According to a report if by 2030 10% of meat production is replaced by plant-based foods this could have a massive positive impact on the environment.
New research argues that the US and EU are responsible for most of the carbon emissions causing a global climate catastrophe.
Activists have called on global banks to stop financing activities that drive climate change including industrial farming, fishing, fossil fuels.
Foods such as meat and dairy products produce higher carbon emissions. Consumers should be encouraged through taxes to make sustainable food choices.
The climate crisis is tearing many US families apart. Younger generations are terrified by the impending Climate Crisis, older family members downplay it.
As temperatures rise due to climate change, animals raised for meat and dairy are beginning to feel the impact of the human-made catastrophe.
Newly published research suggests returning strategic farm areas back to nature as a solution for the environmental crisis we face.
PETA’s Jessica Bellamy says that we must embrace a decarbonised economy by going vegan if we wish to save the future of our planet.
New study finds that Americans often underestimate GHG emissions from their activities and are incapable of making trade-offs between different actions.
Sir David Attenborough’s latest Netflix documentary sends a strong yet comforting message about the role we play in saving the planet.
A report by environmental group, WWF, shows that diets rich in meat and dairy are contributing the most to climate catastrophe.
The activists want global banks to stop funding industries that are causing environmental destruction including the extinction of animal and plant species.
The planet’s living beings are in danger of climate extinction. 200 nations will meet in China next year to determine its fate.
Prince Charles will be opening the Festival of Climate Action which serves as a response to the postponement of UN Climate Change Conference COP26.
‘The Global Syndemic of Obesity, Undernutrition and Climate Change’ report makes a number of suggestions on how to ensure a healthy and sustainable society.
With recent calls to shift to more sustainable diets, the answers could be found locally.
Sir David Attenborough said the Covid-19 pandemic was a threat to the environment as politicians deal with the crisis instead of climate change.
The rising demand for animal products has resulted in a fast-growing animal agriculture industry which has left a severe impact on the environment.
Swedish activist, Greta Thunberg, criticising MP’s in the European Parliament for voting to continue funding unsustainable farming.
Prince William appeared on the Outrage + Optimism podcast to speak about his new climate-change award the £50m The Earthshot Prize.
Sir David Attenborough discusses how COVID-19 jeopardized climate action in conversation with teen activist Greta Thunberg
The pair talked about dangers to the climate action movement during a live-streamed discussion at the virtual wildlife film festival in Bristol.
Live music hasn’t entirely disappeared. For proof, look no further than Billie Eilish’s Where Do We Go? livestream event on Saturday, October 24.
Livestock are among the largest sources of methane, which can have 80 times the heat-trapping power of carbon dioxide, although it persists for less time.
The planet can only be saved from climate catastrophe if people realise their power as consumers and opt out of an unsustainable food system.
The documentary, entitled A Life on our Planet, explores how man-made climate catastrophe is impacting the planet and those who occupy it.
Hurricane season in the US is getting worse each year due to climate change. This can have a devastating impact on the lives of chickens raised for meat.
One of the biggest causes of air-pollution is animal agriculture causing roughly half of all US air pollution. So what can be done?
We are running out of time to stop the climate crisis. Society faces three options in addressing climate threats… one of them unacceptable: do nothing and suffer the consequences of that inaction.
New poll conducted by the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication finds Americans are more alarmed than ever about climate change.
The World Resources Institute has launched an innovative idea; labelling food so that consumers know which foods have a smaller climate footprint.
The Sunrise Movement, an American organization of young people, are calling for a youth-led climate justice campaign.
Pope Francis has spoken out on the need for action on climate change in his new TED talk. Previously, in 2015 his Encyclical Laudato Si focused on the need to address the problems of consumerism, irresponsible development, environmental degradation and the global climate crisis.
The documentary I am Greta has been 3 years in the making. It is the first movie that Nathan Grossman has made in which he documented Greta’s campaign.
Teenage activist and vegan Greta Thunberg and Sir David Attenborough are to discuss climate change at a virtual wildlife film festival.
Young Americans are terrified of climate-change and concerned with inaction from politicians, but they are far too often ignored by those in power.
People living in wealthier countries are able to ignore the impact climate change is having on the planet, but how long will this last?
For many years older high profile conservationists and high profile organizations like Sierra Club, the WWF and Greenpeace who were campaigning for wild animals and endangered species have not made the link that farmed animals have appalling lives.
Industrial farming relies on large-scale environmental exploitation, triggering climate change, and destroying natural habitats.
Founder of Indigenous-led nonprofit organisation Ceibo Alliance, Nemonte Nenquimo, writes powerful letter to world leaders.
A study conducted by the University of Oxford shows that climate catastrophe is being caused largely by the wealthy, while the poor suffer the consequences.