Artist: The Bitter End Collective
Title: Eat to Beat Climate Change
Medium: Recycled and reclaimed materials
The Eat to Beat Climate Change campaign promotes the idea that eating more veggie food is the single biggest contribution an individual can make towards preventing the climate change crisis. Vegetables need less land, less water and create less greenhouse gases than livestock. By choosing more veggie food, you can eat to beat climate change.
A set of sculptures, titled ‘Eat to Beat Climate Change’, are touring the UK – the result of a partnership between the Vegetarian Society and The Bitter End Collective, a group of up-and-coming artists from Wimbledon College of Art. Find out if they’re coming to a town near you!
“Our collaboration with the Vegetarian Society has enabled The Bitter End Collective to create pieces of art that can be a talking point on both the topic of sustainability and being more environmentally conscious in our society.
“The sculptures are made of recycled and reclaimed materials to represent how, as a community, we can all make changes to be more sustainable.”
Amelia, artist from The Bitter End Collective
Eating a veggie diet means 2.5 times less carbon emissions than a meat diet.
A chicken breast takes more than 542 litres of water to produce – that could fill up your bathtub 6.5 times.
Try something new to save the planet – order a veggie meal when you eat out!
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