Thursday 24 February 2022 at 7pm GMT

The Underestimated Ecological Impacts of Animal Agriculture and Opportunities in Shifting to Plant-Based Diets

with ecologist Nicholas Carter

Hosted by Rohini Bajekal, Nutritionist & Board Member of Plant-Based Health Professionals UK
(CPD Accredited with 1 CPD Hour from the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine and CME accredited for the LM MOC)

Lowering one’s ecological footprint, and living minimally, has been shown to improve mental health. It can also lead to increased public health through a reduction in pollution and increasing the amount of land that can be protected for nature and conservation with co-benefits to human health.

What will I learn from this webinar?

  • Learn how food and the environment are interconnected
  • Learn about the scientific evidence showing the impacts of animal agriculture in particular
  • Learn about the many ecological opportunities in shifting to a plant-based diet

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About the speaker

Nicholas Carter is an ecologist and co-founder of He is the Communications Lead for one of the Canadian Centre for Climate Services data hubs and serves as an advisory board member to several food- and environment-focused organisations. He’s also a science writer on the interconnections between agriculture and planetary health. He completed a Master’s degree in Environmental Practice from Royal Roads University, where his research focused on the global greenhouse gas emissions that are attributed to animal agriculture.

You can find @NicholasDCarter on social media:
Twitter: NicholasDCarter
Instagram: nicholasdcarter

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This webinar lasts one hour including a Live Q&A.

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