Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Here’s a simple way to convince people to eat less meat

Environmental messages on menus can encourage people to choose plant-rich dishes. Image: UNSPLASH/NRD

Simon Torkington

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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The study saw a dramatic rise in the selection of non-meat options by those who were “nudged” to make healthier choices. Image: World Resources Institute

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