The Vegan Society says there’s huge carbon savings to be made by switching to a vegan diet.
Wayne Martindale asks if it really is better for the environment to switch to a vegetarian diet.
A case for stop consuming cows’ meat and dairy products.
Opinion: Going veggie would cut global food emissions by two-thirds and save millions of lives – new study
A new report finds that going veggie could cut global food emissions by two-thirds. Photo credit: Moyan Brenn via Flickr. By Marco Springmann, University of Oxford Eating more fruit and vegetables […]
Photo credit: CraneStation via Flickr. By Anders Lorenzen Whether you’re in New York, Berlin, London, New Delhi or Lagos or many other places across the globe you can join what organisers are […]
Tea pickers in Kenya’s Mount Kenya region. Photo credit: CIAT By Jyotsna Ram Not too long ago, a friend and a fellow activist asked me what I think is the most critical […]
By Jyotsna Ram So often we have heard that the industrial food system is defunct. At the UK Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) network launch in Stroud earlier this month, I heard Colin […]
The rapid melting of The Arctic is a strong reminder about what’s happening to our climate. © Greenpeace / Alex Yallop. We’re in a period of three exceptional big crises: 1) […]