Why this matters

It’s time to reconnect with the food we eat — starting at home. Switching to organic, plant-based foods from local eco-farms, reducing (or eliminating) meat and dairy consumption, and even growing some of your own food are all steps that help combat climate change, protect forests and waterways, and make us healthier and happier.

The problem

Giant corporations have separated us from our food and the people that grow it so they can turn a profit. They’re using toxic pesticides and fertilizers to grow their crops and feed laced with growth hormones and antibiotics for their livestock — and they’re relying on us to turn a blind eye. Small-scale, organic farmers do it better, and we can all play a part in protecting our planet and our health by supporting them.

What you can do

Join the movement to save the planet and fight climate change through Greenpeace’s global campaign to reduce industrial meat & dairy consumption and production. Change your diet, change your community, change the world.
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Start at home

Food is a great way to connect with family and friends and change the system. There are easy ways to share the importance of reducing meat and dairy with the people you love.

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Change your community

You have the power to positively impact your community’s food footprint through your actions. With simple actions, you can spark broader change towards a richer food future.

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Support our campaign

Our independence is vital for us to be effective in our campaigning work, which is why we have it as a core principle that guides all our fundraising. We do not accept funding from corporations, political parties, governments, or intergovernmental organisations.

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1 Start at home

Food is a great way to connect with family and friends and change the system. There are easy ways to share the importance of reducing meat and dairy with the people you love.

GET INVOLVED

You have the power to positively impact your community’s food footprint through your actions. With simple actions, you can spark broader change towards a richer food future.

GET INVOLVED

Our independence is vital for us to be effective in our campaigning work, which is why we have it as a core principle that guides all our fundraising. We do not accept funding from corporations, political parties, governments, or intergovernmental organisations.

DONATE TODAY

Reports

SWS Survey on Eating Meat

October 2018

Greenpeace Philippines commissioned a survey to take a better look at Filipinos’ meat consumption.

Sprouting from Disaster

August 2018

Climate change is making natural disasters more intense and frequent, which in turn cause periodic food emergencies and damage billions’ worth of agriculture. In response, the government must review its…