We all know that large, systemic forces in our world are the major contributors to climate change and environmental degradation. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, transportation, electricity production and industry make up a combined 77% of US-based emissions in 2019. While the biggest changes need to happen across those sectors, there are many things we can do as individuals and communities to make positive changes for our environment. But … where do we begin?
Join us for a daylong conversation series on Earth Day (Friday, April 22) sponsored by Truly Grass Fed. Slow Food USA will invite people from across the food and environmental justice landscape to share their day-to-day strategies for sustaining a good, clean and fair environment. Keep an eye on our Instagram Live feed all day long to learn tips from folx! Have an earth-enhancing tip you’d like to share? Tag us at @slowfoodusa and use the hashtag #EarthDayForkfuls. We’d love to share your ideas!
- Thomas Ryan, senior sustainability manager at Truly Grass Fed
- Jim Embry, Slow Food USA
- Heather White, One Green Thing
- Denisa Livingston, Slow Food Turtle Island Association
- Dani Nierenberg, Food Tank
- Aaron Arnzen, Mixed Soil
- Jamari Hartley, Government Affairs Coordinator, CCL
- Philip Amoah, Slow Food Ghana
Share with us how you help to heal the planet for a chance to win some Truly Grass Fed items!