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7 in 10 Brits eager to eat more sustainably

Words by Abi Scaife

70% of Brits say they want restaurants to be more sustainable.

Tell me more.

The stats come from a collaboration between the charity WaterAid and the social enterprise and ethical drinks company Belu. This is exciting news, showing that people around the UK are keen to make a difference, and are interested in supporting those who keep our planet in mind.

What else?

The collaboration includes ‘Chop and Chat’, a series that includes top chefs and food influencers giving their fave tips on how to cook sustainably. The weekly videos premiered yesterday (August 22nd) and feature the likes of the founder of Furna Dave Mothersill, Modern South Asian Kitchen author Sabrina Gidda, and food influencer Max La Manna.

For more information on the amazing Chop and Chat series, as well as WaterAid and Belu, visit the WaterAid website.

Charity check-in 

At Smiley Movement, we like to elevate the work of charities across the world. Here are three charities whose causes align with the themes in this article.

WaterAid. WaterAid is working to make clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere within a generation. Find out more here.

Charity: Water. This is a global nonprofit organisation on a mission to end the water crisis by bringing clean and safe water and sanitation programs to all. Learn more here. This charity was founded by Gary White & Matt Damon working to bring water and sanitation to the world., and to make it safe, accessible, and cost-effective. Support them here.

This article aligns with the UN SDG Climate Action.

This article aligns with the following UN SDGs

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