Professor Brian Cox, Professor Sarah Bridle and Professor David Johnson explain the link between climate change and food
Produced by the Royal Society
Around one third of all greenhouse gas emissions come from food. Take A Bite Out of Climate Change is a project set up to share the scientific consensus about how food and agriculture contribute to climate change. We aim to provide easily accessible information and fun activities, and empower citizens to understand how they can help.
Resources And Activities
We have created a range of materials aimed at schools and the general public on how food choices contribute to climate change.
How much does your pizza contribute to climate change? Can you create a climate friendly pizza? Find out here.
climate food challenge
Which of your food choices have the biggest climate impact? Play the game and enter the online leaderboard!
Climate food Flashcards
A fun way to start thinking about the variation of greenhouse gas emissions caused by the production of different foods. More here.
TAKE A BITE AT HOME
Free online resources for kids to do at home. Activities, expert interviews and loads of facts about the food system.
food and climate change - without the hot air