Plant Based Futures
Animal agriculture is one of the leading causes of environmental degradation and climate change, and is responsible for a significant proportion of global greenhouse gas emissions.
The history of plant-based movements dates back to the 19th century, with the formation of the Vegetarian Society in England in 1847. Since then, plant-based movements have evolved and expanded, with a growing recognition of the health, environmental, and ethical benefits of plant-based diets. Many people are now embracing plant-based diets as a way to reduce their impact on the environment, improve their health, and promote animal welfare.
At Movement for Social Change, we believe that plant-based diets are a critical component of a sustainable and just food system. We advocate for policies and initiatives that promote plant-based diets, such as educational campaigns, subsidies for plant-based foods, and public procurement policies that prioritize plant-based options. We also support initiatives that promote sustainable and regenerative agriculture, such as agroforestry and organic farming.
To achieve these goals, we advocate for political action at the national and international level, as well as grassroots organizing and mobilization. We also recognize the importance of global solidarity and cooperation, and support initiatives that promote cross-border collaboration and knowledge-sharing. With bold and decisive action, we believe that a more ethical and sustainable future is possible for all those who are affected by our food systems.