SRA (Sustainable Restaurant Association) has launched its annual One Planet Plate campaign, showing over 2,000 restaurants have signed up to offer a dedicated sustainable dish on their menus.

Raymond Blanc, Asma Khan, and Thomasina Miers are just a few of the many famous chefs that will be backing the campaign, which is also being supported by HSBC.

The SRA said their goal is to serve five million sustainable meals through the campaign in 2022. The campaign also took on an international dimension, and over 30 of 'The World's 50 Best Restaurants' have now signed up, with more expected to join.

"What we eat has such a huge impact on our precious planet. The next time you eat out, use One Planet Plate to find hundreds of truly delicious dishes to enjoy that won't cost the earth. We only have one planet, so every dish that we serve in our restaurants must be designed to respect and protect it. Our future depends on it," - said Raymond Blanc, President of the SRA and Chef Patron of Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons.

The SRA said restaurants serving a One Planet Plate range from well-loved high street names like Wahaca and Nando's to Michelin-starred restaurants such as Luke Tipping's Simpsons and Phil Howard's Elystan Street.

The recipes for every dish carrying the One Planet Plate label are also to be made available online in a bid to encourage home cooks to embrace more sustainable diets.