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Try one meat-free day a week

Eat a vegetarian diet one day a week, cutting out all meat and fish products.

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Why this pledge is so important

Albert Einstein once said, ‘Nothing will benefit human health and increase the chances for survival of life on Earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet.’ - he’s a pretty smart guy, so we should probably listen. 

3 reasons to go meat-free for our planet

  1. Reduce carbon 
  2. Save emissions 
  3. Save land and water
    • Farming cattle takes up more land than all other animals and crops combined.
    • Growing food for a vegetarian diet uses 2.5x less land than a meat-based diet.
    • As for water, a chicken breast takes 735 litres of water to produce, that’s 4.6 full bathtubs. 

Our rate of consumption is out of control. We are using resources much faster than the planet has time to replenish them. If we carry on like this, by 2050 we’ll need the equivalent of 3 planets to meet our needs. 

There are lots of great recipe ideas, meat-free alternatives and restaurants, making it easier than ever to switch to a vegetarian diet, with tasty options that are kind to the planet and won’t harm our furry friends.

4 easy meat-free swaps

  1. Chicken for tofu - perfect swap for stir fries 
  2. Mince for mushrooms - perfect swap for bolognese and pies 
  3. Sausages for tempe - perfect swap if you want a nutty, meatier texture than tofu 
  4. Pork for chickpeas - perfect swap for burritos or any mexican dish 

Now that we know we can fight climate change with diet change, it’s up to us to take action. Go on, give it a try.

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