Dutch start-up MosaMeat produces 100% cruelty-free hamburger patties, and says the future possibilities are endless "For Mark Post, the benefits of cultured meat will be endless. In addition to ending unethical farming practices, it could also take millions of tons of methane produced by livestock out of the atmosphere, save water/grains used to feed livestock, and free up the space that is currently used to house millions of animals for meat production. By a United Nations estimate, only…

Dutch start-up MosaMeat produces cruelty-free hamburger patties, and says the future possibilities are endless

Turning away from a meat-based diet has great emancipatory potential, write Carla Tsampiras and Neil Overy.

Why going meat-free could be a revolutionary act

"In the United States and Britian, people eat three to four times the healthy level for meat. Americans ate 120 pounds of meat in compared with four pounds in Bangladesh.

Meat consumption among growing middle classes in Asia is projected to rise dramatically — 116 percent in China between 2006 and 2050 and 138 percent in India — and that's causing an increase in greenhouse gas emissions.

Drastic Reductions in Meat Consumption Worldwide Could Help Fight Climate Change

Meat consumption among growing middle classes in Asia is projected to rise dramatically — 116 percent in China between 2006 and 2050 and 138 percent in India — and that& causing an increase in greenhouse gas emissions.

David Kerruish, Welfare Food Challenge Participant in British Columbia, Canada -

Using machine learning to replicate the molecular structure of animal-based foods for plant-based substitutes

Going vegan means going green, being healthy and being compassionate. "It takes up to 100 times more water to produce animal protein than plant protein." - Patricia Tallman, PhD

Going vegan means going green, being healthy and being compassionate. "It takes up to 100 times more water to produce animal protein than plant protein.

If We Don't Cut Back On Eating Meat, We're Screwed "our national and increasingly global meat addiction is going to destroy us as a species if we don’t find a way to rein it in."

If We Don't Cut Back On Eating Meat, We're Screwed

If We Don't Cut Back On Eating Meat, We're Screwed "our national and increasingly global meat addiction is going to destroy us as a species if we don’t find a way to rein it in.

NEW SCIENTIST | Going vegetarian halves Co2 emissions from your food.

If you stop eating meat, your food-related carbon footprint could plummet to less than half of what it was. That is a much bigger drop than many previous estimates, and it comes from a study of people's real diets.

SORRY world. Your Friday night burgers, Saturday morning bacon and Sunday afternoon barbecues are putting us all in danger. "Despite what they describe as a “compelling case” for action, the research found governments are loath to intervene because they fear a backlash and are “trapped in a cycle of inertia”. “They fear the repercussions of intervention, while low public awareness means they feel no pressure to intervene,” the report states."

environment, diet, health, and economy all tie together as one p. China is feeding people clone meat, that's like eating tumors fyi :: Experts call for reduced meat consumption to prevent climate change

The blog post #NotAllVegans is one of the most unfortunate, ignorant and misguided pieces I have read on this subject, and that too written…

Climate vegans: speak up, be heard and be counted!

The blog post #NotAllVegans is one of the most unfortunate, ignorant and misguided pieces I have read on this subject, and that too written…

BBC | "The World Water Week in Stockholm will be told the growth in demand for meat and dairy products is unsustainable...Scientists say the world will have to change its consumption patterns to have any realistic hope of feeding itself." http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/3559542.stm

People will need to eat more vegetables and less meat because of dwindling water supplies, scientists say.

"Protein Evolution" Chemical & Engineering News "Producing the savory, juicy steaks and pork chops that many people crave requires a lot of animals raised on huge, unsustainable amounts of plant protein... raising livestock, the major source of dietary protein in the U.S., puts a tremendous strain on water resources and arable land. It also contributes to greenhouse gas emissions."…

Turning plants into meat-like foods to save the planet - American Chemical Society

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