Environment

IcebergsWhat we choose to eat is one of the biggest factors in our personal impact on the environment. A meat-based diet requires more energy, land and water resources than a vegetarian diet. Worldwide, farmed animals produce more greenhouse gas emissions than the entire transport system.

Going vegetarian is an easy way to lower your own environmental impact and help ensure worldwide food security.

 

Helpful resources

We have a number of booklets and leaflets that can be ordered free of charge within the UK.


Going veggie...for the environment

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Why it's green to go vegetarian Why it's green to go vegetarian

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