Dr. Grandin talks about her approach to helping livestock handling facilities become more effective and humane.
Author and fermentation guru, Sandor Katz, kicked off the 4th Annual Portland Fermentation Festival with a short talk followed by a Q & A session that was quickly embraced by a packed roomful of fellow fermentation enthusiasts.
This is a speech that Wes Jackson, president and founder of the Land Institute, gave at The Monterey Aquarium’s 2009 Cooking For Solutions Media Conferences, speaking out for sustainability.
In part 2, Kathy Hessler, Director of the Animal Law Clinic at Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland (Oregon), discusses some of the important work that is being done to try and address the problems associated with factory farms.
The director of the Animal Law Clinic at Lewis and Clark Law School discusses the animal welfare laws pertaining to factory farms.
In part 2, food writer and activist Dan Imhoff talks about Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations to a Portland Friends of Family Farmers audience.
The modern day Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFO) is both a crowning achievement of short-term human scientific prowess, and profound monumental hubris with terrible consequences unfolding now, and yet to unfold.
The University of Oregon Food Justice conference, Keynote Roundtable: Food Justice & Farm Advocacy in the U.S., defines what food justice means to them.
This post is under construction. A new video player will be added shortly. “If we have a need in society, and we have unutilized labor, land, technology— the other real resources required to address it— money alone should never be the deciding constraint.”—David Korten In part 4, David Korten concludes his talk on transforming the […]
David Korten, author of Agenda For a New Economy, outlines the steps necessary to create an economy that values human life and communities.