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With just a week to go until the first ever Climatarian Week, 3-9 July, companies and individuals are pledging their support for a healthy, climate-friendly diet. Among the latest to offer climatarian food and menu choices are LEON Restaurants, Chewton Glen country house hotel and spa and Planet Organic food stores.
People and food companies are signing up to support a diet that’s good for the planet, with two weeks to go to the first ever Climatarian Week.
Foodies and people who want to cut their climate impact are being tempted to go Climatarian in the first week of July. Restaurants and food retailers are encouraged to help by promoting climate-friendly menu choices and products to customers who want to join the growing community of climatarians. To find out what it’s all about people can watch a catchy animation at which explains the link between our food choices and climate change - and how easy it is to make a difference.
The first ever Climatarian Week will take place from 3rd to 9th July 2017. Organisers, Climates Network, are calling on people to try the climatarian diet for a week and on restaurants, shops and delivery services to promote climatarian menu options, special offers and recipes.
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This Thanksgiving the 88% of Americans who choose a traditional turkey dinner will be eating a climatarian meal. Americans who pledge to eat climatarian meals throughout the year could cut their carbon footprint by a tonne and make a significant contribution to tackling climate change, says Climates social network.
If you’re the kind of person who would make a lifestyle change based on its impact on the climate, you’re probably already aware that your food choices affect the molecular balance of the atmosphere in ways pertinent to life as we know it.
Young Italians are more and more climatarian at the dinner table, a new Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition (BCFN) survey showed Monday.
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