Search Results for: food-matters

Student School Food Video

Friends of the Earth Action Oct 8, 2020 Our global food system is responsible for more than one-third of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions — and animal products are the most carbon and resource-intensive foods. Contact us at climatefriendlyfood to … Continue reading

10 billion people for dinner | Nina Fedoroff | TEDxCERN

TEDx Talks Oct 23, 2014 This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. The world population is estimated to reach 10 billion in the near future. How can we feed so many with … Continue reading

Whole Foods CEO John Mackey on the Coronavirus Pandemic and the Amazon Merger – Bloomberg

John Mackey: Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg John Mackey—the father of conscious capitalism—says the company’s emphasis on technology should prove transformative, even if he doesn’t love everything about the arrangement. By and Wrenching events like the pandemic put a business’s commitment … Continue reading

Economist Wolff shamed Whole Foods founder: You sold your company to a monopoly. You know that!

Egberto Willies   Nov 15, 2019 Support the show at http://PoliticsDoneRight.com/Join Or Donate Directly at http://PayPal.Me/politicsdoneright ‘Join’ on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcgg… — Description: Professor Economist Richard Wolff & Jacobin’s Bhaskar Sunkara debated WholeFoods Founder John Mackey and Reason’s Katherine Mangu-Ward on Capitalism. … Continue reading

Consolidation in Global Meat Processing – Philip H. Howard

The three largest meat processors globally have dramatically increased in size in recent years. Government subsidies have played a critical role in increasing their power. JBS, headquartered in Brazil, benefitted from partial ownership from government-owned banks, and low-interest loans to … Continue reading

Jay Naidoo on Today’s Challenges: Ecology Must be at the Center – Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future

BALTIMORE – September 30, 2020. Earlier this year, when the coronavirus pandemic began and countries began to shelter in place, Jay Naidoo found himself in lockdown in an ashram in India. Every morning he woke at 3 a.m. and spent … Continue reading

Agriculture at a Crossroads – Business as Usual is Not an Option!

Agriculture at a Crossroads – Business as Usual is Not an Option! Why should 688 million people on our planet be going hungry while 1.9 billion are suffering from the ill effects of overweight and obesity? In 2019 more grain … Continue reading

The State of Concentration in Global Food and Agriculture Industries – Philip H. Howard

This graphic accompanies a chapter in a book that reflections on the 10 years since the International Assessment of Agricultural Knowledge, Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD): https://www.globalagriculture.org/transformation/ More than a decade has passed since the world was awoken by … Continue reading

Kiley Fellow Lecture: Seth Denizen, “Thinking Through Soil: Case Study from the Mezq uital Valley”

Harvard GSD   Sep 22, 2020 Almost 200,000 acres of land in the fertile Mezquital Valley are irrigated with the untreated sewage of Mexico City. Every drop of rain, urban runoff, industrial effluent, and sewage in Mexico City is sent … Continue reading

Return to Eden | Regenerative Agriculture Documentary | WORLD PREMIERE

Savory Institute 19.3K subscribers Return to Eden – Trailer Independent and multiple award-winning documentary maker Marijn Poels presents his latest documentary “Return To Eden,” featuring Allan Savory. WATCH Jul 31, 2020 Return To Eden – It’s all about coming home. … Continue reading