Yesterday, we received the most extensive warning yet on the risks of rising global temperatures. But, there are steps we can take to reduce our contribution, and eating less meat and dairy is the cheapest and easiest way to play our part.
Are you asking the right questions when shopping? What do the labels on meat really mean? What does organic farming look like in practice? How do we buy 'less and better' meat? Discover more about these meaty issues in our latest video.
We recently organised a visit to Romshed Farm in Kent. The visit was arranged for campaigners, researchers and policymakers to see in practice a Pasture for Life certified farm. In this article Sara Gregson from Pasture For Life explains the benefits of this form of farming.
Eating Better is supporting World Meat Free Week, which runs from 11 to 17 June 2018.
In collaboration with Forum for the Future, Eating Better recently hosted a roundtable: Transforming The Way Livestock Are Fed which brought together organisations working to address this hidden part of the food system.
Eating Better has made it’s submission to the DEFRA Health and Harmony future farm policy consultation.
The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has published its strategy on the future of farming, but we think it falls short on the urgent need to shift our food culture towards healthy and sustainable eating. They have launched a ten-week consultation - have your say.
Take a look at how the Eating Better alliance is making a real impact to create a fair, green, healthy future.
The new The Feed Behind Our Food report from Forum for the Future's Protein Challenge 2040 shows why retailers and foodservice need to care about what livestock is fed.
In the UK we love sandwiches, they are a hugely popular lunch-time option. But a new study has found our choices have a staggering carbon footprint. What can be done?
As this year’s international Climate Change Conference (COP23) kicks off in Bonn, Eating Better is calling on global leaders to champion action to curb emissions from the food on our plates.
What is the net climate impact of grass-fed ruminants, taking into account all greenhouse gas emissions and removals? The new report Grazed and Confused looks into the evidence.