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Eating to Save the Earth: Food Choices for a Healthy Planet

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U.S. food production is a $900 billion industry, and each day farming and meat production destroy native habitats; pesticides contaminate groundwater, rivers, and lakes; food processing and delivery contribute to ozone depletion; and food packaging overburdens landfills. Changing the way we eat can we improve the overall health of the planet, and in EATING TO SAVE THE EART ...more
Paperback, 94 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Celestialarts (first published August 1st 2001)
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Heidi
This book had pretty basic info on how food affects the environment. If you read any books about the production of food, this won't have any new info. It does have some good points about small changes you can make to help the environment, but seemed like a "beginner" book to me
Kelly
The sub title of this book should be: Food choices for a healthy planet and healthy people. There is also a good section outlining greener choices for household cleaners.
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Linda Riebel is a psychologist (retired from therapy practice after 25 years) and a member of the faculty at Saybrook University, where she helped create the sustainability program and currently works as an environmental educator. Linda serves on the board of Savenature.org, where she is the program director of Edible EdVentures, which brings the message of earth-friendly eating to classrooms arou ...more
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