Scientists devise greenest possible diet, including insect burgers and half a shot’s worth of booze

Researchers at the University of Helsinki in Finland have concluded that switching from a diet rich in meat and dairy products to one with plenty of “novel” foods like algae, insects, cultured meat and mycoproteins can cut the environmental impact of eating by more than 80 per cent. Source: Scientists devise greenest possible diet, including … Read more

Incorporation of novel foods in European diets can reduce global warming potential, water use and land use by over 80%

Replacing animal-source foods in current diets with novel foods reduced all environmental impacts by over 80% and still met nutrition and feasible consumption constraints. Source: Incorporation of novel foods in European diets can reduce global warming potential, water use and land use by over 80% | Nature Food