WWF: What’s eating our planet?


  • WWF: What’s eating our planet?

We all need to eat, but the way we do it today is the main cause of biodiversity loss – the treasured variety of life on Earth. It is also a major contributor to the climate crisis – responsible for around one-third of all global greenhouse emissions.

The facts are pretty shocking, and the warning signs are clear. We’re seeing more extreme temperatures and erratic rainfall, increasing water scarcity, collapsed fish stocks, exhausted and eroded soils, and alarming declines in insects like bees that pollinate life-sustaining crops. There’s no doubt that our current food systems are eating our planet. 

The good news is that there are huge opportunities to feed the world in a way that works with nature, not against it. If we do things differently, we can stop forests turning into fields, keep rivers flowing, restore soil fertility, reverse the loss of life on Earth and reduce greenhouse gas emissions – all the while ensuring there’s enough healthy and nutritious food for every person, now and in the future.

Here’s how we can make that happen:

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How much food do you waste in your kitchen? Chef John is taking steps to capture food waste data, bringing an age of change to his kitchen through a tool that helps his teams analyse and adapt their leftovers:

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