Health and Environmental Impacts of K-12 School Food Policies
On-going research on the health and sustainability of school food meals.
The Environmental Impact of Utilizing a Plant Based Default
Three randomized control trials conducted at university campus events showed that people were 3.5 times more likely to choose plant based meals if they were offered at the default.
Impact of a College Course on the Sustainability of Student Diets
The study explored the impact of a course on students diets in terms of the planetary boundaries for climate change and land, water, nitrogen and phosphorus use.
Reduction of College Freshman Dietary Carbon Footprints After a Food-Based Environmental Science Course
After the cours both genders decreased their reported ruminant meat consumption by about a serving per week, while reported ruminant meat consumption increased for males in the control group. Modest, voluntary dietary changes such as those observed in this study could play an important role in mitigating climate change.