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Faces of food is produced by EAT, as a part of our mission to create a healthy and sustainable, global food systems leaving no one behind. Our interviews spotlight the work of activist, chefs and farmers, visionary leaders, innovative entrepreneurs and world-class scientists, who are transforming the way we produce, consume and think about food. We elevate the latest science on food, health and climate, as well as innovative solutions from all around the world.
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How can we turn the tide of fast food flourishing in poorer parts of the world? Chef & culinary entrepreneur Selassie Atadika co-founded the first nomadic restaurant in Dakar, Senegal, after spending a decade engaged in humanitarian work with the UN. From New York to Dakar to Accra, Selassi is working to celebrate Africa's cultural and culinary heritage, through plant-forward menus and inspiring conversations.About season 3:Who are taking action to fix our broken food system? From Trinidad and Tobago via Nigeria and Myanmar, to China and Australia, we meet the Faces of Food: 12 inspiring people driving action that is healthy for both people and the planet.Learn more at EATforum.orgSeason 3 post production by Shaw Media.
24-year old Mush'ab Nursantio is the co-founder of Biteback, an insect bio-refinery company aimed to meet the increased global demand for palm oil by creating a healthier and more sustainable alternative. After growing up in Indonesia and witnessing the destruction of natural resources, he hopes to inspire other developments in innovation around conservation and sustainability in his country.About season 3:Who are taking action to fix our broken food system? From Trinidad and Tobago via Nigeria and Myanmar, to China and Australia, we meet the Faces of Food: 12 inspiring people driving action that is healthy for both people and the planet.Learn more at EATforum.orgSeason 3 post production by Shaw Media.
How can we empower farmers in rural areas? Youth leader Rachel Loh is eager to deliver high-impact food system solutions. Last year she co-founded the mobile app AgriMatch to equalize the agricultural supply chain and end the vicious cycle of debt and poverty for farmers.About season 3:Who are taking action to fix our broken food system? From Trinidad and Tobago via Nigeria and Myanmar, to China and Australia, we meet the Faces of Food: 12 inspiring people driving action that is healthy for both people and the planet.Learn more at EATforum.orgSeason 3 post production by Shaw Media.
Dr. Modi Mwatsama is Senior Science Lead in Food Systems, Nutrition, and Health at Wellcome Trusts - a health research foundation supporting scientist, campaigns and the public get involved. Dr. Modi is looking for scientific consensus that will help secure a healthy and sustainable food system. What are the next big question in science?About season 3:Who are taking action to fix our broken food system? From Trinidad and Tobago via Nigeria and Myanmar, to China and Australia, we meet the Faces of Food: 12 inspiring people driving action that is healthy for both people and the planet.Learn more at EATforum.orgSeason 3 post production by Shaw Media.
Scientist & entrepreneur Howard-Yana Shapiro has worked with sustainable agriculture for over 50 years.As the chief agricultural officer at Mars Incorporated, he works to ensure that our food system is resilient in the face of climate change. In this episode, he introduces a new definition of food.About season 3:Who are taking action to fix our broken food system? From Trinidad and Tobago via Nigeria and Myanmar, to China and Australia, we meet the Faces of Food: 12 inspiring people driving action that is healthy for both people and the planet.Learn more at EATforum.orgSeason 3 post production by Shaw Media.
How do we create access to healthy food environments? Jeff Risom is a urban designer and the Chief Innovation Officer at Gehl. The combination of engineering and social science has made him passionate about the relationship between human experience and design. In this episode, Jeff shares his dream of transforming school kitchens to a place where communities can come together and learn about different food cultures, biodiversity and healthy eating.About season 3:Who are taking action to fix our broken food system? From Trinidad and Tobago via Nigeria and Myanmar, to China and Australia, we meet the Faces of Food: 12 inspiring people driving action that is healthy for both people and the planet.Learn more at EATforum.orgSeason 3 post production by Shaw Media.
Program Director at WildAid, Jen Leung, is working to deliver high-impact communications strategies to advocate for wildlife and environmental conservation. As a former lawyer from Beijing, she works to empower citizens across Asia to make more climate-friendly choices.About season 3:Who are taking action to fix our broken food system? From Trinidad and Tobago via Nigeria and Myanmar, to China and Australia, we meet the Faces of Food: 12 inspiring people driving action that is healthy for both people and the planet.Learn more at EATforum.orgSeason 3 post production by Shaw Media.
Psychologist & economist Per Espen Stoknes specializes in long-term thinking and has smuggled in radical, environmental perspectives into hardcore financial companies. How can we change the decision makers to see the immense benefits of a healthy and sustainable food system?About season 3:Who are taking action to fix our broken food system? From Trinidad and Tobago via Nigeria and Myanmar, to China and Australia, we meet the Faces of Food: 12 inspiring people driving action that is healthy for both people and the planet.Learn more at EATforum.orgSeason 3 post production by Shaw Media.
Lorna Maseko was the first black ballerina to ever perform a principal role in South African theaters. Today, she’s a famous TV chef working to empower women and to extinguish world hunger by the year 2030 though sustainable food practises.About season 3:Who are taking action to fix our broken food system? From Trinidad and Tobago via Nigeria and Myanmar, to China and Australia, we meet the Faces of Food: 12 inspiring people driving action that is healthy for both people and the planet.Learn more at EATforum.orgSeason 3 post production by Shaw Media.
Prof. Corinna Hawkes is on a mission to help the world eat better. She is the director of food policy at City University of London, and a driving force in the Great Food System Transformation. What can we learn from her dedication to finding better solutions for diets?About season 3:Who are taking action to fix our broken food system? From Trinidad and Tobago via Nigeria and Myanmar, to China and Australia, we meet the Faces of Food: 12 inspiring people driving action that is healthy for both people and the planet.Learn more at EATforum.orgSeason 3 post production by Shaw Media.
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