Eating a meal that is good for both you and the planet can be simple – just ask a few questions before you tuck in | Tony Lovell

Eating a meal that is good for both you and the planet can be simple – just ask a few questions before you tuck in | Tony Lovell

Putting biodiversity on the menu solves the thorny question of what to have for dinner

Should you go full vegan, or is being “just” vegetarian enough? Do you completely avoid meat, go with lab-grown artificial meat, or insist on properly managed grass-fed meat only? Organic dairy milk is OK, isn’t it? Your friend said soy and almond milk are better – but you just read an article about how much water it takes to grow almonds, and isn’t soy farming a leading cause of rainforest clearing in the Amazon?

Deciding what to eat shouldn’t be this complicated – having a meal that is good for both you and our planet should be simple. And it is.

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