In recent weeks, we’ve been debating the issue of how much meat to eat, in the context of creating more sustainable farming systems that are healthy for both people and the planet. Explore the articles below and join the debate.
Tom Levitt explores ‘meat-centric’ diets and intensive livestock farming, and argues that unless we take action, it will be the poorest people of the world that will suffer
We hear a lot about eating less meat for a healthier planet. We have a slightly different view, as our Policy Director, Richard Young, explains.
Tara Garnett, from the Food Climate Research Network, responds to our blog on why we think the UK needs to eat more, not less red meat.
In our on-going series on ‘what meat to eat?’ Richard Young responds in detail to the challenges posed by the Food Climate Research Network
Tara Garnett offers her thoughts on Richard’s response
Megan Perry continues the meat debate with a focus on the far reaching importance of livestock to our culture, traditions and identity
The SFT recently brought together leading scientists, NGOs and industry representatives, to take a fresh look at the issues and evidence around the impacts grazing livestock. Richard Young reflects on the findings of the day
You can now watch films of the presentations from our recent meeting on the role of ruminants in farming, featuring leading scientists, NGOs and industry representatives investigating the issues surrounding grazing livestock and how we might produce meat more sustainably
Feature image by Linh Niguyen
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