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To help shift people’s diets, we propose a new framework based on proven private sector marketing tactics: the Shift Wheel. Sustainable Food, Sustainable Living, Behavioral Science, Marketing Tactics, Charts And Graphs, Plant Based Protein, How To Eat Less, New Market, Base Foods

Sustainable Diets: What You Need to Know in 12 Charts

When people think about food and sustainability, they typically focus on how the food is produced—is it locally sourced, pasture-fed or organic? New WRI research shows that the question of *what* is eaten is just as important.

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Animal Advocates Should Focus On Anti-speciesism, Not Veganism

How can we help nonhuman animals as much as possible? A good answer to this question could spare billions from suffering and death, while a bad one could condemn as many to that fate. So it’s worth taking our time to find good answers.

Sustainable Diets: What You Need to Know in 12 Charts – Medium Hydroponic Farming, Hydroponic Growing, Aquaponics System, Hydroponic Gardening, Hydroponics, Aquaponics Plants, Sustainable Food, Urban Farming, Cool Things To Make

Sustainable Diets: What You Need to Know in 12 Charts

When people think about food and sustainability, they typically focus on how the food is produced—is it locally sourced, pasture-fed or organic? New WRI research shows that the question of *what* is eaten is just as important.

When people think about food and sustainability, they typically focus on how the food is produced—is it locally sourced, pasture-fed or organic? New WRI research shows that the question of *what* is eaten is just as important. Agriculture Industry, Animal Agriculture, World Need, Our World, Agricultural Practices, Food System, Sustainable Food, Spice Things Up, Need To Know

Sustainable Diets: What You Need to Know in 12 Charts

When people think about food and sustainability, they typically focus on how the food is produced—is it locally sourced, pasture-fed or organic? New WRI research shows that the question of *what* is eaten is just as important.