World Health Summit attendees in Berlin next week will dine on a Meatless Monday menu. Meatingplace calls the menu a sign of endorsing a global Meatless Monday movement by the World Health Organization. The World Health Summit, scheduled for October 9th through the 11th, is an international platform for exploring strategic developments and decisions in the healthcare. The Meatless Monday endorsement was designed to fit with the summit’s session on “Planetary Health” that will explore the long-term health implications of changes in the environment. Michael Klag, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Dean and 2012 World Health Summit president, called the Meatless Monday movement “an important public health campaign.”
From the National Association of Farm Broadcasting news service.