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Diet for a Future Planet: an Interview with Frances Moore Lappé

Small Planet Institute Published on Aug 14, 2019 The 50th anniversary edition of Diet for a Small Planet will be out in print in 2021! In preparation, Frances sat down with her research assistant, Emma, to discuss food, climate, all … Continue reading

Lab-grown meat’s promise for cutting climate warming depends on an energy revolu tion

Oxford Martin School Published on Mar 14, 2019 A new research paper shows that under high levels of beef consumption and conventional energy systems all but the most efficient possible cultured meat production, including all types of farming, contributed significantly … Continue reading

City region food systems: potential for impacting planetary boundaries and food security

Oxford Martin School Streamed live on May 20, 2019 This is a joint event with the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food Dr Mike Hamm will explore the opportunity for regional food systems in-and-around cities for mutual benefit. … Continue reading

Our Use Of Antibiotics In Livestock(To Make Them Grow More Quickly And To Protect Against Disease)

The Real Truth About Health Published on Aug 14, 2019 Our Use Of Antibiotics In Livestock(To Make Them Grow More Quickly And To Protect Against Disease) Dwarfs What We Use In Medicine by Maryn McKenna Maryn McKenna is an independent … Continue reading

We Are Now All Migrants on a Burning Planet: There is No Place to Hide and No Other Place to Go | EV & N 322 | CCTV

http://ecoethics.net/2014-ENVRE120/20190813-EV&N-322-Link.html https://www.cctvcambridge.org/node/655362 YouTube Version The “Climate Change and Land” Special Report of August 2019 from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)  has indicated that fossil-fuel-driven climate change is displacing farmers in the Global South which will lead to hundreds … Continue reading

The planet is being consumed by humans – CNN

By Mark Lynas  Updated 4:13 AM ET, Thu August 8, 2019 For Western consumers, giving up steak and lamb is arguably the single most important personal contribution to tackling both the climate and biodiversity crises. Mark Lynas is a writer … Continue reading

Food will be scarce, expensive and less nutritious, climate report says – CNN

Iowa farmers letting their fields go wild … on purpose 03:42 By Jen Christensen, CNN Updated 3:01 AM ET, Fri August 9, 2019 (CNN)Food will become scarcer, grocery prices will spike and crops will lose their nutritional value due to … Continue reading

Mann: ‘Agriculture needs systemic change’ – CNN Video

Amanpour Professor of Atmospheric Science at Penn State University Michael Mann speaks to Christiane Amanpour about the IPCC latest “Climate Change and Land” report. Source: CNN Food-matters,

Ex-Techie who is revolutionizing farming | Shankar Venkataraman | The Tribal Box

The Tribal Box Published on Sep 18, 2018 Shankar was a successful techie in Calfornia, living the Indian dream until his baby girl was hit by eczema, a disease that is caused due to the chemicals in pesticides used to … Continue reading

FOOD FOR THE FUTURE – A Short Documentary

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Published on Oct 13, 2017 Ahead of World Food Day, we’re premiering a new documentary film, Food for the Future (#Food4theFuture). It documents the world’s current food revolution. Global agriculture generates as much greenhouse … Continue reading