A vegan dish of chick pea, olives, fig, rocket and a naan bread

Diet

Use your diet to reduce your footprint and make a positive impact on our ecosystems.

Based on the data from our carbon calculator, on average diet accounts for 40% of your carbon footprint.

According to scientists behind the most comprehensive analysis of the damage farming does to the planet, avoiding meat and dairy is the single biggest way to reduce your environmental impact.

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Being Vegan

Animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, species extinction, ocean dead zones, water pollution, and contributes to 18% of all greenhouse gas emissions.      

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White Over Red Meat

If veganism and vegetarianism is a bridge too far for you, and they’re not for everyone, another way you can reduce your carbon footprint by way of diet, is to replace red meat with white meat.

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Eat Seasonally & Locally

Eating seasonally and local can take a serious chunk off your environmental footprint while allowing you more control over your food sources and boosting the local economy.

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Grow Your Own

Consuming more fresh organic fruits and vegetables is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy while also reducing your food miles and plastic packaging from your weekly shop.

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A vegan dish of chick pea, olives, fig, rocket and a naan bread

Diet

Use your diet to reduce your footprint and make a positive impact on our ecosystems.

Based on the data from our carbon calculator, on average diet accounts for 40% of your carbon footprint.

A vegan dish of chick pea, olives, fig, rocket and a naan bread

Diet

A vegan salad of avocado, chick peas, pumpkin, lettuce, peppers and more

Decoding
Veganism

According to scientists behind the most comprehensive analysis of the damage farming does to the planet, avoiding meat and dairy is the single biggest way to reduce your environmental impact.

Read More

A brown and white dairy cow stood in a grassy field

White Over Red Meat

If veganism and vegetarianism is a bridge too far for you, and they’re not for everyone, another way you can reduce your carbon footprint by way of diet, is to replace red meat with white meat.

Read More

A close up shot of chard growing in a raised bed

Grow Your Own

Consuming more fresh organic fruits and vegetables is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy while also reducing your food miles and plastic packaging from your weekly shop.

Read More

Two glass jars, one containing lentils the other containing beans

Being Vegan

Animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, species extinction, ocean dead zones, water pollution, and contributes to 18% of all greenhouse gas emissions.

Read More

A colourful eat seasonally wall chart

Eat Seasonally & Locally

Eating seasonally and local can take a serious chunk off your environmental footprint while allowing you more control over your food sources and boosting the local economy.

Read More

Use your diet to reduce your footprint and make a positive impact on our ecosystems.

Based on the data from our carbon calculator, an average diet accounts for 40% of your carbon footprint.

A vegan salad of avocado, chick peas, pumpkin, lettuce, peppers and more

Decoding Veganism

According to scientists behind the most comprehensive analysis of the damage farming does to the planet, avoiding meat and dairy is the single biggest way to reduce your environmental impact.

Read More

Two glass jars, one containing lentils the other containing beans

Being Vegan

Animal agriculture is the leading cause of deforestation, species extinction, ocean dead zones, water pollution, and contributes to 18% of all greenhouse gas emissions.

Read More

A brown and white dairy cow stood in a grassy field

White Over Red Meat

If veganism and vegetarianism is a bridge too far for you, and they’re not for everyone, another way you can reduce your carbon footprint by way of diet, is to replace red meat with white meat.

Read More

A colourful eat seasonally wall chart

Eat Seasonally & Locally

Eating seasonally and local can take a serious chunk off your environmental footprint while allowing you more control over your food sources and boosting the local economy.

Read More

A close up shot of chard growing in a raised bed

Grow Your Own

Consuming more fresh organic fruits and vegetables is one of the most important things you can do to stay healthy while also reducing your food miles and plastic packaging from your weekly shop.

Read More