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"Beatrice blew my mind and my sense of possibility wide open," Frances Moore Lappe, author of "Diet for a Small Planet," told The Associated Press in 2002. "I still remember my excitement in trying ... In all, Trum Hunter wrote 38 books and numerous articles and columns. Some of her other works include ...
When Frances Moore Lappe wrote the best-selling Diet For A Small Planet back in 1971, she helped start a conversation about the social and environmental impacts of the foods we choose. And, back then, what she had to say was revolutionary. Her idea that a plant-centered diet could be better for the ...

Great News From The UK? By Frances Moore Lappe · 2016-07-18-1468874371-3083245-FrankiepresentationCAWR2016.jpg. From $2 to $3 trillion—that's the yearly cost of (mostly hidden) damage done to our natural resources by increasingly capital-intensive agriculture, the UN Food and Agriculture ...
What also disturbs me is that neither in their journal article nor in media interviews do the Stanford authors suggest that concern about “safer and healthier” might extend beyond consumers to the people who grow our food. They have health concerns, too! Many choose organic to decrease chemicals in ...
The activist's new book challenges the pessimism that sets in when we think radical change is politically impossible. But it misses something ...
... my mind and my sense of possibility wide open," Frances Moore Lappe, ... Trum Hunter wrote 38 books and numerous articles and columns.

... shoppers in the same way Rachel Carson's “Silent Spring” and Frances Moore Lappe's “Diet For a Small Planet” did in the 1960s and 1970s.
And in the early 1970s, Frances Moore Lappe famously advocated for eating more beans (and other meat-free meals) as a way to help the ...
When Frances Moore Lappe wrote the best-selling Diet For A Small Planet back in 1971, she helped start a conversation about the social and ...
From $2 to $3 trillion—that's the yearly cost of (mostly hidden) damage done to our natural resources by increasingly capital-intensive ...
Books like Michael Pollan's "Omnivore's Dilemma" and Barbara Kingsolver's "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle" have galvanized shoppers in the same way Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring" and Frances Moore Lappe's "Diet For a Small Planet" did in the 1960s and ...
And in the early 1970s, Frances Moore Lappe famously advocated for eating more beans (and other meat-free meals) as a way to help the earth in her best-selling "Diet for a Small Planet.
ON THIS DAY IN 1954, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle published an article titled "50 Firms Ordered to Quit Court Site." The article focused on orders given to a group of Brooklyn businesses to clear out to make way for a new Supreme Court Building. ... JUSTIN ...
We have to "throw sand in the gears of everything," instead declares Frances Moore Lappe in a recent Nation essay. Good idea.
We have to "throw sand in the gears of everything," instead declares Frances Moore Lappe in a recent Nation essay. Good idea.
As a teenager, I read Frances Moore Lappe's book, Diet for a Small Planet. I remember thinking it made complete sense to reduce meat consumption in order to improve global food security.
As a teenager, I read Frances Moore Lappe's book, Diet for a Small Planet. I remember thinking it made complete sense to reduce meat consumption in order to improve global food security.

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It's called the Spring of Sustainability, and many of the pioneers of sustainability - including Jane Goodall, Bill McKibben, Vandana Shiva, Van Jones, John Robbins, Hazel Henderson, Frances Moore Lappe' talks are recorded here - all sharing insights ...
Nope. To vegans - and the author of The Observer's recent article "Are Vegan's Right" - these succulent masterpieces of fat, salt and soul-satisfying umami do not taste as good as simply saying no to the cultural drug of eating animal products.
Over 3,000 people have pledged to risk arrests during the week, including activists Mark Ruffalo, Gaby Hoffman, Lawrence Lessig, Cenk Uygur, Zephyr Teachout, Umi Selah, Frances Moore Lappe, Ben Cohen, Medea Benjamin, and The Yes Men.
ON THIS DAY IN 1909, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle published an article titled "Hypnotism a Success; Jewish Hospital Test." The article focused on hospitals testing hypnotism or psychotherapy as a replacement for anesthesia in minor surgeries. ... baseball ...


 

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