Our food has a planetary impact.

Even if we ended fossil fuel use today, current emissions from food production will surpass 1.5°C of warming and use up nearly all of our 2°C budget by 2100.

Each grid square represents 1% of Earth's ice-free land.


Shifting to a predominantly plant-based food system is critical for ecological and human health.

carbon footprint
land footprint
>120 Gt
potential CO2e removal
through land restoration
Replacing animal protein sources with plants can significantly reduce food-related emissions.
The EAT-Lancet Commission (2019):

"We estimate that changes in food production practices could  reduce agricultural greenhouse-gas emissions in 2050 by about 10%, whereas increased consumption of plant-based diets could reduce emissions by up to 80%."