Article by PCRM. Swapping beef for beans would help the United States reach targeted greenhouse gas emission reductions, according to a report published in Climatic Change. Researchers compared simulated net emissions of legume production, subtracted those from average beef production rates, and used U.S. reduction goals for 2020 as a reference.
Article from NIH. Your digestive system is busy. When you eat something, your food takes a twisty trip that starts with being chewed up and ends with you going to the bathroom. A lot happens in between. The health of your gut plays a key role in your overall health and well-being. You can make choices to help your body stay on tract.
A message from Dr Neal Barnard, MD of PCRM.
I will take part in a free, online event that will bring together 24 of the world's leading experts on how the food we eat impacts our health and animals.
Join me for the free, online 2017 Food Revolution Summit.
This event will run from April 29 to May 7.
Climate and Health conference held at the Carter Center in Atlanta on Thursday, February 16, 2017
Article in The New England Journal of Medicine
The conferene was led by former Vice President Al Gore. More than 300 attendees and a worldwide audience watching the live stream listened to more than 25 speakers addressing the health effects of climate change, the role of health professionals in adapting to these effects and communicating with the public and policymakers, and the health benefits of climate-change mitigation.