Go Climatarian for a Week

Try out the climate friendly diet for a week and see for yourself just how easy it is to go Climatarian. 

Pledge to go Climatarian for a week.

If everyone in the UK went Climatarian it would cut UK greenhouse gas emissions by 10%.

Watch our animation to find out all about the Climatarian diet.

It’s good for your health and the climate.

Cut out beef and lamb, eat a little less meat overall, and with the money you save, choose higher welfare, free range and organic pork and poultry.

Eating less red and processed meat reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer.

By going Climatarian for just one week you’ll be saving 20kgs CO2e.
Climatarian options include pork, poultry, sustainable fish, vegetarian and vegan choices.

On the menu

  • pork
  • poultry
  • wild game
  • sustainably sourced fish
  • dairy produce
  • eggs
  • plant foods, fruit, vegetables

Off the menu

  • beef
  • mutton and lamb
  • goat
  • farmed venison
  • fish which is not certified sustainable
  • processed meat

And you can top up with even more climate friendly food habits…


  • seasonal,  local, fresh produce
  • sustainably sourced fish in moderation, look for the MSC logo
  • free range and grass fed meat
  • organic produce


  • air flown food
  • heated greenhouse grown food
  • food waste
  • excessive packaging
Looking for inspiration? Check out our recipes.

Go Climatarian for Climatarian Week 3rd to 9th July 2017.


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