Supporter Story: Constanza Daffonchio

Meet Constanza, 24, who lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She started Meat Free Monday three/four months ago after hearing about the campaign online.

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Authorities must do more to support desire to eat less meat

Governments and food companies are not doing enough to encourage people to eat less meat, despite the well documented benefits to people and planet – and the public’s evident willingness to do so.

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Could you cook all the recipes from the MFM Cookbook in a year?

It’s a delicious job but someone’s got to do it. One adventurous MFMer has pledged to cook every single one of the recipes in The Meat Free Monday Cookbook over the course of a year.

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More awareness needed of link between meat and climate change, study finds

A new report has underlined the extent to which people are still unaware of how their food choices impact on the environment.

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Win a copy of ‘The Lunch Line Fight: Looking at Different Perspectives’ by Tosca Killoran and Jeff Hoffart

Meat Free Monday is giving away five copies of ‘The Lunch Line Fight: Looking at Different Perspectives’, by Tosca Killoran and Jeff Hoffart – a book which helps children consider the food they eat as well as other people’s opinions.

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Meat free eating may help prevent and manage type 2 diabetes

A new study has added more scientific weight to the theory that a meat-free diet may help prevent and manage the symptoms of type 2 diabetes.

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Israel’s Knesset joins Meat Free Monday

In a bid to become the greenest parliament on the planet, the Knesset in Israel is now indulging in a Meat Free Monday at the start of the week.

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Historic carbon deal commits US and China to cutting emissions

The world’s two largest polluters – China and the US – signed a historic deal last week at the G20 meeting in Australia to cut their carbon output.

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A sweet offer from ETHOS for MFM supporters

ETHOS, a new meat free restaurant in central London, is offering MFM supporters a free dessert when they spend £10 or more per person on food, until Tuesday 23 December.

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IPCC: climate change risks are stark, but world has means and money to respond

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has published its most powerfully worded report yet on the urgent need to tackle climate change, and has highlighted that dietary choices can play a part.

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