Climate Change

Kick Off Climate Week NYC with Meatless Monday

September 16th, 2019

Some of the world’s top decision makers as well as some of the chief climate change authorities will be gathering to discuss what can be done about climate change.

Kick Off Climate Week NYC with Meatless Monday

September 16th, 2019

Some of world’s top decision makers as well as some of the chief climate change authorities will be gathering to discuss what can be done. about climate change.

The Climate Crisis Is Urgent. Meatless Monday Can Be Part of the Solution

November 5th, 2018

Reports describe a greater urgency to reduce climate change, warning crisis levels could be reached by 2040. Meatless Monday is a simple, powerful way to take action!

Find Your FoodPrint and Make Sustainable Decisions about Food

October 29th, 2018

We can all do our part to help fight climate change. The food we eat is actually a major contributor to global warming, and Meatless Monday is a simple, effective, and enjoyable way to achieve a more sustainable diet. To help you make the most informed choices about your food, we’re happy to tell you about FoodPrint.org, a new website that offers tips and resources for lowering your “foodprint”: all the processes that are required to get your food to your plate, and the impact these processes have on the environment, animals, and people

Meatless Monday Is One of Many Ways to Celebrate World Water Day!

March 19th, 2018

Meatless Monday is always excited to bring you great plant-based recipes that are delicious and healthy. But another reason to go meat-free one day a week is for the health of the planet! March 22 is World Water Day, a global day of recognition to spread awareness of ways to preserve the world’s water supply

“We Are Still In”: Meatless Monday Stands with the Coalition to Include Food in Climate Action Conversation

December 5th, 2017

An open letter extolling the values of including food in the ongoing conversation about climate change is making the rounds on Medium, and Meatless Monday plays an important role. More cities and counties on the local level in the United States have taken charge on supporting the goals of the Paris Climate Accords to reduce greenhouse gas emissions