This show is perfect for teaching audiences about the complex topics of global warming, climate change, population growth, and how food fits into the puzzle.
The UN says that food production is the cause of 30% of greenhouse gases. Meat and animal products currently bring a much larger carbon footprint than plant foods. At the same time, current science shows that plant foods can be more beneficial to health. Scientific charts, inspirational photos, and ideas are presented so consumers understand what they can do to be part of the picture for the future.
- This 30-slide show has speaker's notes and is meant to be a lunch-and-learn program. It is great for a Fuel for the Future-themed class to understand why that is the theme of nutrition month. But we all need to go beyond and think about ourselves and our future with our choices.
- Quotes and charts from NASA, the UN, and the Knorr Swiss Top 50 Sustainable foods, are presented along with the stats and history of the world population.
- Instagram influencers are mentioned so that all populations can find someone to follow to gain more ideas for meal planning.
- PowerPoint show with speaker's notes, 31 slides - great for Zoom, in-person events, or desktop counseling. It is also great for training staff.
- 1 PDF handout, "Sustainability Made Simple," with references as an overview of the show.
- Author Judy Doherty, MPS, PCII is a chef and recipes developer who studied sustainability for a master's degree from the Culinary Institute of America
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