Our friends at Meatless Monday are at it again...getting some fantastic coverage in the news, that is. The movement is spreading throughout the country and even Oprah, Michael Pollan and Chef Kathy Freston are enthusiastically showing their support for Meatless Monday.
Are new developments in the decades-long cold war over the average water footprint of beef worth revisiting or does the grudge match remain?
Media attention can be all it takes to turn your local campaign into a keystone of the worldwide movement. Use this media kit to get the notoriety that your event and organizational efforts deserve. Find helpful hints on working with reporters, planning a successful interview and writing a compelling press release. Use in conjunction with the Meatless Monday general starter kit and there's no telling how far your campaign will take you!
In this toolkit you'll find the information, materials, steps and suggestions you need to start a Meatless Monday campaign on your campus. We congratulate you on taking this initial step towards a healthier student body.
Not familiar with the Meatless Monday campaign? Check this out for some general information that will acquaint you with the program!
In this toolkit, you'll find the advice, ideas and actions you need to make Meatless Monday a community-wide movement. Start a letter writing campaign to public officials, launch a Meatless Monday event or get local restaurants on board. Use this information in conjunction with our Media Toolkit to spread the word far and wide!
In this toolkit you'll find the information, materials, steps and suggestions you need to start a Meatless Monday on your campus. We congratulate you on taking this initial step towards a healthier student body.
A public health initiative of the Monday Campaigns in association with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The campaign's goal is to reduce the amount of meat we eat each week for personal health and the health of the planet.
First, the USDA issued an internal newsletter that contained an endorsement for Meatless Mondays, then -- after scathing reactions from the beef industry, issued a rapid retraction. Is the agency too easily influenced by the industry?
Meatless Monday is an international movement to help people reduce their meat consumption by 15% to improve personal health and the health of the planet. Meatless Monday is a non-profit initiative of The Monday Campaigns, in association with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
The Monday Campaigns is a national movement backed by leading public health schools that dedicates the first day of every week to health. Every Monday, individuals and organizations join together to commit to healthy behaviors that help end chronic preventable diseases.
The Kids Cook Monday is a weekly opportunity for families to take health into their own hands. It provides examples of kid friendly recipes and video demonstrations along with nutrition and safety tips making it easy for families to cook and eat together every Monday.
What we eat - our diet - makes up about 50 percent of our total water footprint, which includes the large volume of "virtual water" needed to produce food.
Find podcasts, videos, animations and educational kits developed by GRACE staff and featured in our Food, Water and Energy programs and Ecocentric blog.
Meatless Monday provides the information and recipes you need to start each week with healthy, environmentally friendly meat-free alternatives.
From Meatless Monday contributor, Real Men Eat Green