by Joe Romm Jun 23, 2016
China's government has put forth dietary guidelines to cut meat consumption in half. They have enlisted global celebrities like Arnold Schwarzenegger, to explain that eating less beef is good for your health AND for the climate.
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor May 24, 2016
While dietary experts will weigh in on the nutritional aspects, buried in the pages is a recommendation with potentially huge implications for climate change.
by Natasha Geiling Mar 25, 2016
New dietary guidelines tell Dutch residents to cut meat consumption to twice a week, for better health and a smaller carbon footprint.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Oct 26, 2015
The meat industry is already fighting back against a panel of international scientists that suggested their products could increase cancer risk.
by Sam P.K. Collins May 22, 2015
Finalized changes to U.S. dietary guidelines, slated for a fall release, will more than likely call for a drawback in meat consumption, an outcome that perturbs meat industry titans.
by Katie Valentine Feb 20, 2015
The recommendation comes from a report prepared for the USDA as the agency works to update the country's Dietary Guidelines.
by Katie Valentine Jan 30, 2015
The lawsuits claim that emissions from large Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, or CAFOs, are a threat to public health and the environment.
by Kiley Kroh Jan 4, 2015
The environmental toll of meat production is no secret and the government's new dietary guidelines might reflect that for the first time.
by Katie Valentine Jun 27, 2014
High meat-eaters contributed an average of 7.19 kg of CO2 equivalent each day, while vegetarians contributed 3.81 kgCO2e and vegans contributed 2.89 kgCO2e.