Take Action Against Climate Change One Bite At A Time

According to a report commissioned by Australian Eggs, 70% of Australians lack the confidence when it comes to understanding what they can do on a personal level, to take action against climate change. But around the same percentage say they’d be more willing to take action.

There’s no doubt that the bushfire crisis has made us more aware of the impact we have on the climate and the need to be more environmentally sustainable. While donations and volunteering are ways we can take action, is there another way?

The Daily was joined by the Managing Director of Australian Eggs, Rowan McMonnies, to talk about how our food choices can make a difference. 

If you’d like to know more about GHG emissions and land and water use of different foods, go here.

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