Welcome to Shaping The Future – in this episode, I am speaking with scientist and author, Professor Sarah Bridle, about her recently published book, ‘Food & Climate Change Without The Hot Air’ – Sarah’s book provides an invaluable perspective on the reality-versus-perception of the impact on climate change that our diet actually has.
Sarah not only gives examples of how misleading, ideals about food buying, preparation and consumption can be, she also explains how the UK government (and I suspect many others) could implement policies that would please local food producers, whilst bolstering public support and reducing climate emissions, all at the same time.
We are what we eat and our diets must be as sustainable as every other component of modern life. Sarah’s book is based on hard science but really does belong in the kitchen with all of our other reference books.
It’s available from all major retailers and the Ebook is actually a subsidised free download so there is no excuse for not digesting this important work.
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Download the ebook for free: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Food-Climate-Change-without-hot-ebook/dp/B0873WWT6W
Also from Blackwells: http://www.uit.co.uk/food-and-climate-change-without-the-hot-air