Tuesdays@21: The Planet is What You Eat with Isaac Emery from Good Food Institute

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Tuesdays@21: The Planet is What You Eat with Isaac Emery from Good Food Institute

  • date: May 22, 2018
  • time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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  • The Planet is What You Eat – The Environmental Impact of Meat Industry with Isaac Emery from Good Food Institute

    Does a one dollar fast-food hamburger really cost a dollar? Our food choices impact everything, from our personal wellbeing to global poverty. Join us for a thought provoking talk with Dr. Isaac Emery from Good Food Institute (GFI) about the planetary consequences of our factory-farmed meat industry. We will discuss the environmental impact of mass-produced meat, why a plant-based diet is healthier for the planet and you, and how you can make better choices when you purchase meat.

    Presenter: Dr. Isaac Emery

    Dr. Isaac Emery of Good Food Institute (GFI) studies the significant environmental and human health impacts of industrial animal agriculture and evaluates the reduced impact of a plant-based diet and the benefits of choosing to purchase sustainably produced meat. He holds a B.A. in biochemistry, biophysics, and molecular biology from Whitman College and a Ph.D. in agricultural and biological engineering from Purdue University. Learn more about Isaac here.


    Tuesdays @ 21 is a free monthly community presentation series providing education and an opportunity for networking and dialogue on a variety of sustainability topics. These dynamic evenings tackle a wide spectrum of regionally-relevant issues ranging from climate change, wildlife and wild spaces, energy independence, agriculture, food production, food justice, and activism using a variety of formats that are sure to inspire and challenge us to action.

    Every fourth Tuesday of the month. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for networking, followed by a presentation from 7:00-8 pm.

    Know a group that has some great information to share? We are always looking for dynamic local speakers and topics! Contact generalinfo@21acres.org.

    Registration is requested, but not required. Register in the box below.