Veganuary: LEAP researchers give their verdict
Researchers from the LEAP (Livestock, Environment and People) project, based at the Oxford Martin School, have lent their expertise to an experiment by journalists at the New Scientist, who wanted to see first-hand whether a short period without eating animal products could benefit personal health and that of the planet.
Five things we learned from Oxford Martin School research in 2019
Eating more fruits, vegetables, nuts and wholegrains is a win-win for health and the environment
New analysis by researchers from the University of Oxford and the University of Minnesota, published today in the journal PNAS, has identified a range of ‘win-win’ foods that both improve human health and have a low impact on the environment.
Vegetarian and pescetarian diets linked to lower risk of coronary heart disease, says study
Vegetarian (including vegan) and pescetarian diets may be linked to a lower risk of coronary heart disease, or CHD for short, than diets that include meat, suggest the findings of a large UK study published in The BMJ today.
'Game On' to Kick Ambitious Goals for Agriculture, Energy, Water & Climate Change
Despite threats posed by global warming and other environmental challenges, an esteemed international expert on food security sees grounds for hope in the efforts to meet elusive goals around agriculture, energy, water and climate change.
Food security in focus in the IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land
Land is under threat from rising global temperatures and unprecedented rates of land and freshwater exploitation the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warns.
Eight ways to halt a global food crisis
There are serious challenges to global food supply everywhere we look.
Meet your ‘Meat Persona’ at Oxford's Westgate centre
Livestock, Environment and People (LEAP) researchers will be at Oxford’s Westgate Shopping Centre from Monday 24th to Sunday 30th June and they want you to 'Meat Your Persona'.