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As a chef, Peter Hoffman always tried to buy local as much as possible, but also feels no guilt buying great, exotic foods from far away lands. He also wants to be conscious of the natural gas used in his kitchens. Peter discusses the risks of hydrofracking on the environment… and why he likes Richard Nixon.
Peter Lehner was once a mountain climber. When you carry 30 days of food on your back, the motto is strict: waste not, want not. At home our habits become much more relaxed. In the US, 40% of the food grown is wasted. Peter discusses his solutions to this huge problem.
Seeds are sex. They are the beginning and end, and the beginning again. Simran tells the story of seeds and how the world’s biodiversity is in jeopardy. Only four crops make up 50% of what is grown in the United States.
President of the Environmental Working Group, Ken Cook, discusses the Farm Bill, the massive subsides paid to industrial farmers and how we can all act to help advocate and improve this important legislation.
Long live the Food Movement! Brian Halweil, publisher of “Edible Manhattan,” discusses the problems with the global food system and the solutions he’s found cropping up everywhere.
President of the Dairy Education Alliance, Karen Hudson, talks about the dangers of industrial agriculture to public health, and how she stood up to stop it.