Jessica Fanzo, (2021). Can fixing dinner fix the planet? John Hopkins University Press, reviewed by Kathleen Kevany
Keywords:sustainable diets, systems thinking, social change, governance, public health, climate crisis
Tasks undertaken at home have influence around the world. Eating patterns that citizens adopt or support have diverse impacts on the planet. What we fix for dinner may well help to fix the planet when lower emission foods, reduced waste, enhanced distribution, and equality are emphasized. Fanzo's book is an illuminating read for those new to food critique and those interested in her creative ways of weaving together an accessible systems analysis.
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