It’s time the livestock sector reclaimed January

Will Jackson

There is a belief that January is now 'owned' by those who follow alternative lifestyle choices and set out to convert others

Commercial airliner with focus on an engine

It’s time to stop comparing meat emissions to flying

Dr. Frank Mitloehner, Ph.D.

Millions of people grapple with the effect their lifestyle choices have on climate change, often leading them to draw comparisons between the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of their activities.

UK hillside with grazing sheep

Red meat and its links to the environment and climate change

Will Jackson

The issue of climate change has had a very high media profile, with a number of articles from the likes of the Independent and the Guardian advising a reduction in consumption of red meat

Traveller at airport studying the departure board

No, Four Pounds of Beef Doesn’t Equal the Emissions of a Transatlantic Flight

Dr. Frank Mitloehner, Ph.D.

A story in The New Yorker came out this recently about Dr. Pat Brown, the founder of Impossible Foods. If readers scan the headline and subhead, they’ll get the gist of what author Tad Friend is trying to say

Meat and fish surrounded by veg

Is eating less red meat really a win for our health and the planet?

Will Jackson

The recent report produced by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on the impacts of global warming has reignited the crusade against eating meat

Combine harvester causing a lot of dust

Will the EAT-Lancet Commission’s controversial campaign against meat do more harm than good?

Frédéric Leroy

The widespread representation of meat as intrinsically harmful is worrying, to the point that some academics, health professionals, and expert committees are now expressing concern that it will add to malnutrition in wealthy countries

bowl of hummus close up

EAT-Lancet’s environmental claims are an epic fail

Dr. Frank Mitloehner, Ph.D.

The EAT-Lancet Commission’s attempt at establishing a “global planetary health diet that is healthy for both people and planet” was much-anticipated.