Climate change is here. We can no longer ignore the rising temperatures, rising seas and extreme weather events.
According to psychologist Ann-Katrin Betz carbon labelling food on menus can trigger our brains to make sustainable choices.
13 Foods That Shaped Our World has many thought-provoking things to say about the history of our food and the way we eat today.
Microbial meat is created by means of ‘brewing’ microbes to grow sustainable, ethical meat. It could be the answer to environmental concerns.
Most people agree that climate change is real, but for those fence-sitters, we spoke to climate experts to address some of the key arguments of sceptics.
The animal agriculture industry is contributing to climate catastrophe. But how best do we choose to eat better for the environment?
A mass extinction like that of the dinosaurs could be on its way if we fail to protect marine life from the impact of excess GHG emissions.
One thing is for sure; the food industry must look very different in the future if the planet is to survive climate catastrophe.
When we choose to quit supporting climate destroying animal agriculture, we also make the choice to pit the planet’s health first.
Here is a list of ways in which you can take climate action, with the most important one being consuming less meat.
ProVeg International, is working to reduce global meat consumption by 50 percent by 2040 and transition to a more resilient, sustainable, and plant-rich food system.
Sea mammals such as whales and dolphins rely on the sounds of the ocean to survive. What happens when climate change speeds these sounds up?
Scientists and researchers involved in climate action as part of Scientist Rebellion are being arrested while climate criminals walk free.
The world has the technology and science to reduce climate emissions and save the planet, but political will is lacking.
Up to 20-30% of carbon emissions can be avoided if we did away with the harmful environmental destruction of animal agriculture.
Sir David Attenborough has been named a Champion of the Earth by the UN’s Environment Programme. The UN chose to recognise Sir David because of his devotion to broadcasting the natural world.