Could eating more seafood be better for the planet?


Centre researcher Malin Jonell explains how eating more seafood could help reduce the damage caused to our planet and its biodiversity

Estimates suggest that meat and dairy industries create 7.1 gigatons of greenhouses gases annually. This accounts for 14.5% of the total man-made emissions and contributes to the impacts of climate change.

The video is part of a partnership between the centre, EAT and NowThis Earth to inform and inspire people to think more about eating sustainably.

The partnership is build on the goal to inspire NowThis audience to move in a more sustainable direction when it comes to eating habits. Coinciding with the UN Food Systems Summit in September and World Food Day 16 October 2021, NowThis shared a series of expert interviews, infographics and explainers on various aspects of the global food systems.

Now This is one of the world’s biggest social media broadcasters with some 75 million followers across its various channels. EAT is the science-based global platform for food system transformation with The Stockholm Resilience Centre being a long-time scientific partner to EAT.