Dec. 8, 2021

139: The Unsustainable Relationship Between Food System and Climate Change with Beth Love

139: The Unsustainable Relationship Between Food System and Climate Change with Beth Love

Every aspect of food production and consumption affects the environment, but what can we do as individuals to mitigate global risk? Don't miss this episode as Beth Love shares how to inspire the community to adopt plant-rich diets and organize online events to raise awareness to sustain all life on Earth. 

Key takeaways to listen for

  • How to develop a positive relationship with your diet
  • The physiological impact of plant-rich foods 
  • Top benefits of Plant Pure communities
  • Strategies that promote environmentally friendly and healthy food behavior  for children
  • Ways to develop and strengthen a local plant-based organization 
  • Environmental impacts of food production
  • Creating online educational food classes

Resources mentioned in this episode

About Beth Love

Rev. Beth Love leads the Eat for the Earth Pod in Santa Cruz, CA. She is the author of the Tastes Like Love book series. A gifted speaker, facilitator, teacher, and ordained New Thought minister, Beth has motivated and educated people in diverse contexts such as nonprofit organizations, schools, churches, businesses, and the California State Prison system. She has inspired large and small audiences, in-person and through radio and television, from local community TV to The Oprah Winfrey Show. 

Due to her concern about the contribution of animal agriculture to the climate crisis and other environmental issues, Beth started Eat for the Earth, an organization that encourages plant-based and plant-rich diets to sustain all life on Earth. Eat for the Earth provides education; for example, through food preparation classes, their recently completed 31 Days of Inspiration to Heal program, and their traveling educational exhibit. The organization also engages in systems change work; for example, through advocacy with their county board of supervisors for policy changes to increase plant-consumption in their community.

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