Climate change poses a threat to the security of food and feed supplies. Food production and livestock rearing contribute to global warming through the methane gas animals produce. The environmental impact of global warming could be slowed and more people and animals could be fed if the world consumed less meat. But, agriculture and forestry account for about a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions. The world urgently needs to take action to halt soil damage and desertification, as both contribute to climate change. Join Dr Dodds for this fascinating presentation as she discusses the potential to swap meat proteins for people and pets with mycoproteins from fungi, seaweeds, insects and other alternative food sources.