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Environment foodprint blog

Dr. Chinny Krishna

Dr. Chinny Krishna is the co-founder and is currently the Chairman Emeritus of the Blue Cross of India, one of India's largest and oldest animal welfare organisations.

Dairy subs workshop

Learning something new, healthy and yum! Plant based dairy substitutes for milk, curds, desserts n more..

To year end and new beginnings

To year end and new beginnings

Vegan Stroganoff LPQ

Le Pain Quotidian introduces a special vegan menu! 

A pictorial representation of global land challenges and livestock's role in the same. 

A pictorial representation of the risks to our major agricultural systems, and livestock's role in global hunger & sustainability. 

A pictorial representation of the state of the ocean's fishing stocks. 

A pictorial representation of growth trends in the aquaculture sector

A pictorial representation on trends in the livestock sector in India. 

A pictorial representation of global trends in livestock production and consumption. 

Examine the latest data from NASA, with relation to carbon dioxide concentration levels, sea levels, global temperatures and the artic ice caps and decide for yourself. 

The massive environmental degradation by the meat & dairy industries is often difficult to comprehend.

livestocks environment foodprint

Meat & dairy products have a much larger environmental foodprint than a vegan diet.

India has amongst the largest populations & density of people and livestock in the world.

80% of global fish stock are fully depleted or overexploited, and studies indicate that global fish stocks could be exhausted by 2048.

Hunger kills more people every year than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined.

Not only does the livestock industry account for the usage of 80% of global agricultural land, it is also the largest contributor to global deforestation, land degradation and loss of biodiversity.

1 out of 7 people globally, have inadequate access to water today. Food accounts for 92% of our daily water consumption.

The livestock industry is the single largest sectoral source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.