Eating more salad and less or no meat and animals products may be one of the most impactful ways you can help fight climate change and help the planet.
Avocados are grown with lots of water and fertilizer and pesticides, mostly in Central America, and shipped all over the world.
Allan Savory points to the carbon sequestration benefits of grazing cattle on grasslands as an environmental justification for raising livestock…
I heard that the less meat one eats, the better it is for the environment. How so?
It’s no secret that the production of meat takes a heavy toll on the environment, so cutting down on meat consumption is one of the best things you can do to help the planet.
This Thanksgiving, show your appreciation for animals & the environment by serving a vegan meal. It’ll make cooking easier, and it’s good for you!
John Robbins, the ice cream heir who shunned it all in favor of healthy living, talks about the environmental consequences of meat.
Meatless Monday has been around since WWI, but now the eat-less-meat campaign has grown into a worldwide trend, in large part thanks to its environmental message.
Veggie burgers and dogs get put to the taste test in E Magazine’s very own veggoe burger taste test…
The meat industry is an environmental monster, responsible for more greenhouse gas emissions than worldwide transportation, gobbling up 26 percent of the Earth’s land for grazing and releasing countless toxins—from nitrogen to antibiotics—into our water supplies.
An interview with Robert Martin, executive director of the Pew Commission on Industrial Farm Animal Production.