Feed our Future Vegan School Meals Campaign


Let's Prevent The Sixth Mass Extinction

This Is How Your Council Can Lead The Way!

Local councils all over the country are declaring climate emergency because we face impending climate, biodiversity and economic collapse. Animal agriculture is responsible for:








UK Farmland, Yet Providing Only 18% Of The Calories

To address climate change we must address the food we eat.

It's time to rethink our food system

Our Mission

Feed our Future aims to address the climate emergency starting with the food on our school plates. We’re working with councils to encourage the switch from emission heavy foods to plant-based ones that are better for the health of our children and health of our planet. We are helping the next generation of young people to learn to eat sustainably.

‘We must change our diet. The planet can’t support billions of meat-eaters"

Sir David Attenborough

David Attenborough On Diet

"The UK food supply alone is directly linked to the extinction of about 33 species at home and abroad"

WWF - Appetite For Destruction

"70 billion farm animals are now produced for food each year"

CIWF - Strategic Plan, 2013-17

Farming & Climate Change

How We Can Help Your Council

Even just one plant-based day per week in schools will be a huge step towards meeting our climate targets to stay below 1.5 ºC. Education is about more than a curriculum. It's about teaching people how to live. One plant-based meal will give the school community an opportunity to try new ways of eating, laying the foundation for a more conscious relationship to food and the natural eco-systems we rely on.


We will be assisting councils to make the transition to plant-based food procurement by supporting them in various ways: menu consultations, retraining of chefs and caterers, PR support, impact assessment and more. Please fill in the contact form below and a member of our team will be in touch to discuss how we can support your council, school or college.

Plant Based School Meals


Find out more from the councils leading the way.