Climate change is here. We can no longer ignore the rising temperatures, rising seas and extreme weather events.
Scientist and TV personality Bill Nye the Science Guy expresses concern over anti-science attitudes but shows optimism for the future.
Greta Thunberg is best known for her climate crisis campaigning, however, the inspirational teenager has a long history of social and environmental activism.
The climate activist says she is concerned EU leaders are not treating the climate crisis with the seriousness required to tackle it.
Teen activist donates Gulbenkian Prize For Humanity prize money of $1,1 million to organisations fighting climate change.
From the impact on human health to environmental unsustainability and animal cruelty; here are some reasons why we should do away with industrial farms.
Worrying statistics on climate change, health and sustainability show a need for change in country’s ranked among the world’s most destructive eaters.
The plan which has been designed by scientists at the EAT-Lancet Commission says that meat should be reduced and that subsidies to meat and dairy cut.
The actor, musician and comedian; Hugh Laurie, says that we should judge the present as harshly as the past regarding climate change and animal rights.
Is the latest Burger King burger a revolutionary move towards a more sustainable fast-food industry or simply corporate green-washing?
Despite growing sensitivity towards animal cruelty in our time, will we be judged by future generations for our treatment of animals bred for consumption?
Government dietary guidelines focus on financial gain over health and sustainability, say scientists
The meat/dairy intake recommended by government dietary guidelines are higher than those recommended by the WHO and other health & environmental experts.
The world’s wealthier nations are more likely to fail at their climate targets, and it’s all because of diets that are reliant on meat and dairy.
Research from the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication finds most American’s are not connecting their diets to the climate crisis.
Many fast food places are taking small steps towards being “greener”, but with menus loaded with meat and dairy, are they doing enough?
The growing demand for meat and dairy products is impacting the environment and contributing to the climate crisis, but what is the science behind this?