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Free Range Library indexes last updated 16:20, 17/03/2017

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Veganism, Vegetarianism and Dietary Footprints

There is a great debate which 'Western' society must have, but which few are willing to engage in. If we do the sums of the impacts of meat production, and the effects this has upon the climate and global ecology, it is not possible for humanity to function within planetary limits while keeping the percevied 'entitlement' to eating animal protein (not just meat, but also fish). The 'Western' diet – high in animal protein and processed ingredients – is fundamentally unsustainable. This section examines the evidence around the issue of veganism, vegetarianism and the planetary footprint of the human diet.

This is the 'date-ordered' files listing for this category. To view the index ordered by he file ID name, click here. For a list of the most recent 30 files added to this category, click here.

Free Range Library indexes last updated 16:20, 17/03/2017

Files list ordered by publication date (22 files):

'scarborough2014'
1/22
Dietary greenhouse gas emissions of meat-eaters, fish-eaters, vegetarians and vegans in the UK, Climatic Change, 11/06/2014

'garza2013'
2/22
The Energy Cost of Food, Aisthetica, 20/07/2013

'huelsonbeck2012'
3/22
Ocean-Based Food Security Threatened in a High CO₂ World, OCEANA, September 2012

'cgiar2012'
4/22
Achieving food security in the face of climate change – Final report, Commission on Sustainable Agriculture and Climate Change, March 2012

'usdacritique2011'
5/22
A Focus on Antimicrobial Resistance, Anonymous, August 2011

'ewgmeat2011'
6/22
Meat Eaters Guide to Climate Change + Health, Environmental Working Group, July 2011

'ifad2010'
7/22
Livestock and climate change – position paper, International Fund for Agricultural Development, April 2010

'ifad2009'
8/22
Livestock and climate change – thematic paper, International Fund for Agricultural Development, November 2009

'globalcanopy2009'
9/22
Global Forest Footprints: How businesses around the world contribute to deforestation – the risks of inaction and the opportunity for change, Global Canopy Foundation, July 2009

'iaastd2009'
10/22
Agriculture at a Crossroads: Global Report, International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development, April 2009

'unfaolpb1'
11/22
Responding to the 'Livestock Revolution' – the case for livestock public policies, UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, 2008

'fairlie2007'
12/22
Can Britain Feed Itself?, The Land, vol.4, Autumn 2007

'unfaolls2006'
13/22
Livestock's Long Shadow: Environmental Issues And Options, United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation, November 2006

'seiscotland2006'
14/22
The Footprint of Scotland's Diet: The environmental burden of what we eat, WWF/Aberdeen Council, September 2006

'eshelmartin2006'
15/22
Diet, Energy, and Global Warming, Earth Interactions, vol.10 no.9 pp.1-17, April 2006

'tudge2005'
16/22
Feeding people is easy: But we have to re-think the world from first principles, Public Health Nutrition, vol.8 no.6A, pp.716-723, September 2005

'walker2005'
17/22
Public health implications of meat production and consumption, Public Health and Nutrition, vol.8 no.4 pp.348-56, June 2005

'nijdam2005'
18/22
Environmental Load from Dutch Private Consumption: How Much Damage Takes Place Abroad?, Journal of Industrial Ecology, vol.9 no.1/2 pp.147-168, January 2005

'ciwf2004'
19/22
The Global Benefits of Eating Less Meat, Compassion in World Farming Trust, February 2004

'hall2001'
20/22
The Need to Reintegrate the Natural Sciences with Economics, BioScience, vol.51 no.8 pp.663-673, August 2001

'usda2000'
21/22
USDA/HHS Response to the House and Senate Reports: Antibiotic Resistance in Livestock, US Department of Agriculture, September 2000

'ciwf1995'
22/22
Modern Breeding Technologies and the Welfare of Farm Animals, Compassion in World Farming Trust, July 1995