Frances Moore Lappé calls the American fascination with animal protein “a fixation.” To mitigate climate change, it’s time for U.S. consumers to reassess their consumption patterns.
Author Frances Moore Lappe reflects on how the food system has changed changed since her revolutionary book was first published in 1971.
Frances Moore Lappe is the author of Diet for a Small Planet, a landmark book published in 1971 that illustrated the relationship between food, agriculture, and environmental degradation. For the 50th anniversary of the book’s publication, she joins Food Tank to discuss the path toward a more sustainable food system.
Food Tank is highlighting 23 books to help readers learn about the food system, cook with new flavors, and grow their own food this spring.
As the cool weather sets in, Food Tank is here with a list of 22 books to inspire hope for the food system’s future.
During the livestream, Lappe discusses her new book, It’s Not Too Late! and using living democracy to improve politics, the economy, and the food system
From people honoring indigenous foodways to making nutrition policy more equitable, these episodes from season two of “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg” feature some of the inspiring individuals working to improve our food system.
Frances Moore Lappé discovers why hunger exists across the world: because agribusiness dollars are fueling politics and extracting from the land.
Food Tank invites you to get involved this year, and we have so many ways to do it — from events around the country to musicals about climate change to freelance writing about the food system. Join us!