Produced by the UK think-tank Chatham House and backed by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and Compassion in World Farming, the study says that agriculture is threatening 86% of the 28,000+ plant and animal species known to be at
In un report presentato oggi dal think tank britannico Chatham House, in collaborazione con Unep (Programma delle Nazioni Unite per l'Ambiente) e Compassion in World Farming, si chiede con urgenza una riforma del sistema alimentare.
Food System Impacts on Biodiversity Loss, the new Chatham House report, supported by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and Compassion in World Farming, describes three actions needed for food system transformation in support of biodiversity
Opting for a plant-based diet is the best thing we can do to prevent damage to global wildlife, is vital in battling climate change and will reduce the risk of future pandemics, according to a new report.
Eating less meat can help reduce the risk of a pandemic, in addition to saving the environment, the UN Environment Programme said on Wednesday.
Worldwide shift away from MEAT and towards more plant-heavy diets is ‘urgently’ needed to curb wildlife loss, report claims
The report, from UN-backed Chatham House, warns that the global rate of extinction of wild species is now 'orders of magnitude' higher than the average over the past 10 million years.
Cheap worldwide food production is the main cause of accelerating loss of nature, some of the world’s leading policy advisers are warning.
The global food system is the biggest driver of destruction of the natural world, and a shift to predominantly plant-based diets is crucial in halting the damage, according to a report.