Red meat is particularly bad for our health, research suggests.
Yay or nay?
The bottom line: eat more plants!
Don’t scrub your pots too hard — you’re destroying precious climate evidence!
Yum or yuck?
The hidden climate change-causing giants no one’s talking about.
Now you know exactly what your purchases do.
The bottom line? Eat less meat!
The takeaway message is simple: eat less meat, especially beef.
Lentils are good for your heart, researchers say.
You’ll be shocked to see how much water meat production requires.
Eating more legumes and less meat is one of the healthier, more environmentally-friendly things you can do.
The positive impact on the environment is significant but at the cost of the population’s health.
With 10 billion people soon on the horizon, eating meat is out of the question.
Where’s my fork?
Best enjoyed with a stone fork from a bark plate.
Cutting down on meat could drastically reduce global warming.
By the end of the century, the planet is expected to clock ten billion hungry mouths. If everyone ate meat, we’d be in a lot of trouble.
For pebbles, meat, or nectar, these animals found that nothing sells quite as well as sex.