Join Us: A Discussion on Eating to Save the Planet

Be part of the Center's Saving Life on Earth series.
School lunch week
Center for     Biological     Diversity   

Hi Everyaction,

Did you know agriculture is responsible for nearly 30% of global greenhouse gas emissions, with more than half of that coming from meat and dairy production?

What we eat matters. Our food system has an enormous impact on climate, habitat, water use and wildlife. From factory farm pollution to public lands grazing to the species extinction crisis, our diets drive key environmental issues. Eating more plant-based foods, and less meat, significantly reduces emissions, saves land and water, and fights extinction.

Join me on Thursday, May 28, for our next Saving Life on Earth discussion about our work to shift the way we eat toward Earth-friendly diets. The presentation will include the Center's Jennifer Molidor, senior food campaigner; Stephanie Feldstein, population and sustainability director; and a vegan cooking demonstration by J.P. Rose, staff attorney.

We'll talk about our new research on the climate impact of American diets, what it'll take to change the way we eat, how individual choices can influence food policy, and why simply switching to grass-fed beef won't solve the problem.

The hour-long webinar will start at 4 p.m. PT / 7 p.m. ET. It's free, but you need to sign up.

We'll see you there.

Tierra Curry

Tierra Curry
Senior Scientist
Center for Biological Diversity

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