Diet, Health & Planetary Boundaries
What we eat and how we produce it have significant effects on ecosystems beyond climate change, affecting land use, soil health, air and water quality, biodiversity, and, by virtue of these, human health. The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future explores these connections and provides scientific advice on shifting toward diets that better align with public health and ecological goals through programs such as Meatless Monday, as well as research in modeling, policy and communications.
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Stories and Viewpoints
An investigation into externalities associated with the current food system, also known as "true cost accounting."
The Center provides technical assistance and serves as a science advisor to the national Meatless Monday campaign.
Engaging in work focused on issues related to the production of meat, dairy and eggs.