Can a Simple Piece of Paper Change the Way We Eat? Kavita Shukla at TEDxManhattan

Translator: Cristine Molina Reviewer: Rhonda Jacobs So today I’d like to tell you about a simple idea that could change the way we eat. It looks like this. It’s a piece of paper with a distinctive maple-like scent. That scent indicates that the paper is active. What does it mean for a piece of paper […]

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The Bee’s Knees Natural Foods

The Bee’s Knees Natural Foods

My name is Dawn Habeck and my husband and I, my husband John Habeck and I, started the market, the farmers’ market here in the Crow Peak Brewing parking lot about seven years ago. We decided we needed a venue to be able to sell our raw milk. So we started out selling in farmers’ […]

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Pam Warhurst: How we can eat our landscapes

Pam Warhurst: How we can eat our landscapes

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Morton Bast The will to live life differently can start in some of the most unusual places. This is where I come from, Todmorden. It’s a market town in the north of England, 15,000 people, between Leeds and Manchester, fairly normal market town. It used to look like this, and now […]

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Think Before You Eat – How Your Food Choices Can Save the Environment

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Why Genetically Engineered Foods Should be Labeled: Gary Hirshberg at TEDxManhattan 2013

Why Genetically Engineered Foods Should be Labeled: Gary Hirshberg at TEDxManhattan 2013

it feels preposterous and maybe even embarrassing to stand here twenty thirteen to say to you that we have the right to know what’s in our food that’s exactly what i want to talk about tonight and i want to speak about the fact that the U.S. does not mandate labelling of genetically engineered organisms […]

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These bacteria eat plastic | Morgan Vague

These bacteria eat plastic | Morgan Vague

Plastics: you know about them, you may not love them, but chances are you use them every single day. By 2050, researchers estimate that there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. Despite our best efforts, only nine percent of all plastic we use winds up being recycled. And even worse, plastic is […]

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Small Blocks Big Ideas – Kirsten Larson – Open Food Network

Small Blocks Big Ideas – Kirsten Larson – Open Food Network

Audio Player 00:00Use Left/Right Arrow keys to advance one second, Up/Down arrows to advance ten seconds.22:02Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Text Size Select All Print Rate This Job Download Media Download Transcription How many of you are farmers growing food at the moment? About to be, fantastic. Any of you doing […]

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Quickbites – What is your vision for the Food System? – Chuck Eggert

Quickbites – What is your vision for the Food System? – Chuck Eggert

As I look forward into the future and envisioning what we think natural food is going to look like – and we’re still using the word as a descriptor that I’m excited for the change, for the fact that people will go back to smaller farms, that people will go back to heirloom animals, that […]

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Prepare a Sustainable Menu

Prepare a Sustainable Menu

>>Anne McGovern: Good afternoon, everyone. We’re going to go ahead and get started. Thank you for joining us this afternoon for Prepare a Sustainable Menu presented by the South Carolina Green Hospitality Alliance. I’m Anne McGovern, the Green Hospitality Program Manager, in the DHEC Office of Solid Waste Reduction and Recycling and I will be […]

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Planetary Health Diet — Yes, You Can Eat Meat!

Planetary Health Diet — Yes, You Can Eat Meat!

A group of 37 scientists have been brought together as part of the EAT-Lancet Commission to construct the ultimate diet to feed the growing human population. The current world’s population is around 7.7 billion people and that’s expected to reach about 10 billion by 2050. Our current diets of lots of red meat and dairy […]

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