Take Action for Wildlife
Meat production is a leading cause of environmental destruction, taking a staggering toll on wildlife through habitat loss, water use, air and water pollution, predator control, destruction of biodiversity and climate change.
The meat industry may be powerful, but it’s also vulnerable to consumer demand. With more than 7 billion people on the planet and a growing appetite for meat, cutting meat consumption to reduce our environmental footprint is more important than ever. By eating less or no meat and taking other actions to fight the industry’s worst practices and promote an Earth-friendly diet, you can help protect wildlife, the planet and our quality of life.
Take the Pledge
to take extinction off your plate by eating less or no meat.
Fight Food Waste
Tell Albertsons to Commit to Cutting Food Waste
by asking McDonald’s to carry a meatless option.
Bluefin Tuna, a great fish on the brink of extinction that’s worth more alive than as sushi.
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the Center’s Population & Sustainability Program.
this infographic to help us take on Wildlife Services, a rogue wildlife-killing program that wipes out native animals at the behest of livestock interests.
Want to do even more? Check out the Center’s list of ongoing actions you can take to help wildlife and better protect our environment.