Giving up animal products is the most effective way to protect the planet
Eating more plants and fewer animal products is the best thing one can do for the planet– that is according to one of the largest and most comprehensive analyses conducted to date.
Lead up to COP24 /
Broken food system 'failing humanity' and accelerating climate change
The Sixth Extinction /
Biodiversity in Crisis: Agriculture & Over-Exploitation the
Sustainable diets /
The British Dietetics Association's new sustainable diet guide
BDA arms its dietitians with a new resource that recommends avoiding processed meat, reducing red meat, and prioritising plant proteins.
Filmmaker: The Big Fat Lie /
We catch up with New Zealand documentarian Grant Dixon after the Dunedin premiere of his new film, The Big FAT Lie.
Global food system /
Healthier, more plant-based diets critical for keeping within planetary boundaries
According to this large collaborative analysis, a combination of efforts will be necessary if we are to reduce the environmental impacts of the food system.
On MAS /
NZ Medical Assurance Society's recent article on a 'plant-based future' is well-intentioned, but confusing...
While the 4-page spread features some discussion with NZ physicians about how more and more people are becoming interested in this eating pattern, the overall message is uncertain, and even troubling at times.
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Proceeds from out most recent workshop went to: OraTaiao - New Zealand Climate & Health Council
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Emissions Gap Report /
Global ambition to curb the climate crisis only one-fifth of what is necessary to stay within 1.5 degrees
Cobenefits of change /
The triple benefit of plant-based living: health, environment, & economic
The Lancet /
Prestigious medical journal says: "We need to talk about meat."
Industry influence /
How food, beverage, alcohol and gambling industries work to create confusion
Organic food /
'Clean eating': Are organic foods our best bet?
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The BROAD Study: New Zealand's whole food plant-based intervention trial
Greatest average weight loss for any trial of its kind after 6 months of a whole food plant-based intervention