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4: Food and the Planet
4: Food and the Planet

4: Food and the Planet

When it comes to food and the planet there is a lot of advice out there. But which food choices actually make a difference? And which ones turn out to be myths? In this episode, I give you the facts and numbers you need to make your food choices matter. 

And I talk to Alice Zaslavsky, cook, writer, radio host, and author of the best-selling book “In Praise of Veg”. Because in the end, food is all about flavour. 

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Useful Links

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Sustainable Agriculture

Cook Book Tips

Nutrition – Eating Healthy as a Vegan

Resources

Factory Farming

Organic Certifiaction Livestock Requirements

Carbon Footprints of various Foods and Diets

  • Food: greenhouse gas emissions across the supply chain Data from Poore & Nemecek (2018) via Our World in Data. Max Roser and Esteban Ortiz-Ospina (2019) – “Food: greenhouse gas emissions across the supply chain”. Published online at OurWorldInData.org. Retrieved from: ‘https://ourworldindata.org/grapher/food-emissions-supply-chain’ [Online Resource] 
  • Carbon Footprint Calculator by the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA)

Food Sustainability Myths

About this Podcast

How to Make a Difference is produced and hosted by Dr. Elisabeth Ignasiak. Music by Valentina Gribanova.

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