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July 19, 2022
207: Transform Communities and Empower People to Strengthen Dietary and Environmental Health with Beth Love

Act now to help enable others to make sound decisions about modifying their diets and conserving the environment. Join us today as Beth Love raises awareness about preserving the environment by sustainably modifying our food....


Act now to help enable others to make sound decisions about modifying their diets and conserving the environment. Join us today as Beth Love raises awareness about preserving the environment by sustainably modifying our food. Tune in to learn more about ways you can help reduce climate change and other environmental catastrophes.

 

Key takeaways to listen for

  • The potential effect of animal consumption on the climate crisis
  • Eat for the Earth: Principles, goals, and contributions
  • The Community RX program's tremendous healing movement
  • Success stories and cultural adaptation of plant-based diet
  • Engaging programs that educate the fundamentals of plant-based nutrition and its influence on pod leaders
  • Recommended resources for plant-based knowledge, awareness, and collaboration

 

Resources mentioned in this episode

 

About Beth Love

Rev. Beth Love leads the Eat for the Earth Pod in Santa Cruz, CA. She is the author of the Tastes Like Love book series. A gifted speaker, facilitator, teacher, and ordained New Thought minister, Beth has motivated and educated people in diverse contexts such as nonprofit organizations, schools, churches, businesses, and the California State  Prison system. She has inspired large and small audiences, in-person and through radio and television, from local community TV to The Oprah Winfrey Show. 

Due to her concern about animal agriculture's contribution to the climate crisis and other environmental issues, Beth started Eat for the Earth. This organization encourages plant-based and plant-rich diets to sustain all life on Earth. Eat for the Earth provides education; for example, through food preparation classes, their recently completed 31 Days of Inspiration to Heal program, and their traveling educational exhibit. The organization also engages in systems change work, for example, through advocacy with their county board of supervisors for policy changes to increase plant consumption in their community.

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