Climate change is here. We can no longer ignore the rising temperatures, rising seas and extreme weather events.
Transitioning towards a world with no animal agriculture could have a profoundly positive impact for the earth and people.
The deadline for the project, which will see the country implement labelling to encourage environmentally sustainable eating, is the end of 2022.
Land-use contribution to greenhouse gas is substantial enough to threaten international climate goals even if fossil fuel emissions are drastically reduced.
A petition calling on 8 high profile environmental influencers to speak out on the impact of animal agriculture on climate change has reached an impressive number of signatures.
Choosing to go vegan can have the biggest positive impact for climate change, and is our best way to save the planet.
Seeing the carbon footprint of a product before purchasing it could make an impact on consumer choices about sustainable food.
Seeing a direct indicator of the climate impact of your food on a menu before you order could influence your food choices for the better.
NYC’s Food and Climate Dashboard could bring awareness to animal agriculture’s role in climate catastrophe
New York City has launched its first Food and Climate Dashboard with the aim of helping people to realise the true impact of their food and help them make better choices.
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.