What we eat and how our food is produced influences the climate, and the consequences of our food system are affecting our health. Public awareness is catching up to what whistleblowers and insiders have long known about the connections between food and climate change. There is still much more to uncover about how our government and the food industry should be held to account for the climate crisis.Full Story
Food Integrity Campaign takes a trip to North Carolina to see firsthand industrial agriculture at work.
Food Integrity is a matter of personal choice and political will… In “Food and Climate Change,” panelists explored the importance of shifting individual dietary choices, as well as pressing companies and legislators to make changes. FIC researcher Anna Levy emphasized the need for “meaningful trade reforms” on an international level, while moderator Danielle Vogel reminded attendees that what they buy at grocery stores impacts our environment in profound ways. Lisa Archer of Friends of the Earth noted that we have “to do both.”
“Not responding is a response. We are equally responsible for what we don’t do.”—Jonathan Safran Foer, Author