Beef burgers have been banned by a university in London as part of efforts to tackle climate change.
Goldsmiths, University of London said it will remove all beef products from sale from next month as it attempts to become carbon neutral by 2025.
Students will also face a 10p levy on bottles of water and single-use plastic cups when the academic year starts to discourage use of the products.
The college's new Warden, Professor Frances Corner, said staff and students "care passionately about the future of our environment" and that "declaring a climate emergency cannot be empty words".
The move has been backed by Goldsmiths Students' Union, with president Joe Leam saying that the university has a "huge carbon footprint" and that the promise to eradicate this in the next few years is needed.
As well as the beef ban and 10p levy on single-use water bottles and plastic cups, there are plans to install more solar panels across the college's New Cross campus in south-east London and switch to a 100% clean energy supplier as soon as possible.
The growing global call for organisations to take seriously their responsibilities for halting climate change is impossible to ignore.
Figures show that Goldsmiths emits around 3.7kg of carbon emissions each year, the college said. Referring to the statistic in a blog, Mr Leam said: "It is clear our university has a huge carbon footprint. The promise to have ended this by 2030 at the latest, with the hope of doing so by 2025, is one which is needed.
"Whilst this plan/action is only the beginning, and much work is yet to be done, it is fantastic to see Goldsmiths taking responsibility and responding to its impact on the climate."