We see three key specific food and climate needs – and potential wins - that this strategy doesn’t meet.
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Even if all other economic sectors cool down from 2020, emissions from the food system would still take us over the 1.5C threshold.
Will businesses and governments heed the IPCC's nod to methane as a route to 1.5 degrees?
The IPCC report released this week issues a stark warning to the world — act now to avoid climate catastrophe
We need to eat significantly less meat but is it necessary to cut out meat and animal products from our diets completely?
The strategy shows us that a sustainable food system is within our reach, but we must address corporate control.
The failure to call out the corporate profit paradigm renders the strategy unable to put forward the transformational propositions required
Meat and dairy products are responsible for 15 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions.
Even the best-performing retailer, Co-op, nevertheless only scored 45 percent in the analysis.
UK supermarkets are fuelling demand for meat and dairy products which is harming public health and the climate.
It’s time to break out of the food, nature and climate policy siloes. The decisions we make about food will weigh heavily on all our futures
The vast majority of supermarkets’ climate burden lies in the goods they sell – reducing meat and dairy must be on their climate agenda.
Voluntary commitments to sustainable soy supply chains won't stick in the face of ongoing deforestation scandals. Time for Plan B.
We set out to taste test plant-based meals from the top 10 UK supermarkets so that you don’t have to.
There's a meaty omission from an industry commitment to reduce meat waste.
The tragic impact of Big Livestock on the Planet needs to end.
The Brazilian government is dismantling environmental regulations under the cover of the Covid19 crisis.
Feedback encourages the EC and the UK government not to lose sight of the enormous gains that a review of the feed ban rules could deliver
To eat meat or not to eat meat, is that the right question?
Overall 75% of global soy production ends up in animal feed.
Instead, the UK must ban imports of soy for animal feed.
Find out how the supermarkets performed in our 'less and better' meat scorecard.