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It is imperative to empower young people to appreciate their potential in influencing the future of our planet with their food choices. ECP harnesses the opportunity to create a better, healthier world through our programs designed to educate these leaders and consumers of tomorrow on the direct link between what they eat and both human and environmental health.

 
 
 
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ENVIRONMENT

Making sustainable food choices is the single most impactful action we can take to help mitigate climate change and improve the health of our planet and its inhabitants of all species.

HEALTH

Over 100 million Americans live with diabetes or prediabetes, and the leading causes of death are heart disease and cancer. Since 1970, the incidence of childhood obesity has tripled. These chronic diseases, among others, can be broadly traced back to the Standard American Diet, which we have the power to change.

ETHICS

Traditional farming methods have become industrialized into mass production models to support the global demand for animal products. Processing billions of animals annually results in dangerous hazards for workers, unnatural living conditions for animals, and overwhelming strains on our planet's ecosystems. Rapid developments in new food technologies have empowered us with the opportunity to reduce or eliminate these concerns.

ENVIRONMENT

Making sustainable food choices is the single most impactful action we can take to help mitigate climate change and improve the health of our planet and its inhabitants of all species.

HEALTH

Over 100 million Americans live with diabetes or prediabetes, and the leading causes of death are heart disease and cancer. Since 1970, the incidence of childhood obesity has tripled. These chronic diseases, among others, can be broadly traced back to the Standard American Diet, which we have the power to change.

ETHICS

Traditional farming methods have become industrialized into mass production models to support the global demand for animal products. Processing billions of animals annually results in dangerous hazards for workers, unnatural living conditions for animals, and overwhelming strains on our planet's ecosystems. Rapid developments in new food technologies have empowered us with the opportunity to reduce or eliminate these concerns.