Seek a low carbon diet

Doing better than we did yesterday is how we create a truly healing and healthy food system for us and our planet. I’ve had the great pleasure of interviewing many farmers and scientists at the forefront of environmental research. There is a minefield of conflicting research, ideas, evidence and arguments out there: the same crop can be destructive in one location, but healing in another; the same animal can cause topsoil wipeout when farmed one way then produce healthy soil when farmed another way. These grey areas mean one thing: we must form deeper connections to our food system.

I’ve prepared a list of many of the things you can do to play a positive role in healing the planet, no matter your beliefs or dietary requirements. The good news is you don’t have to wait for the perfect political candidates to do any of these things — you can start today.

Food waste

We share common demons when it comes to climate change debates: air travel, cows, fossil fuels. Air travel, factory farming/industrial agriculture

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