24 TED Talks That Will Help Save the Food System


«TED is a non-profit devoted to «ideas worth spreading», and you can find literally thousands of free–inspiring and awesome–talks from experts and innovators around the world. We’ve decided to highlight 24 TED talks specifically around food issues that we found compelling and worth sharing.

Please check out and watch as many of these as you can. And, most importantly, share this with 24 friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers who might be open to watching a few of these insightful talks–and learning more about the food system:»

1. Roger ThurowThe Hungry Farmer – My Moment of Great Disruption
2. Mark BittmanWhat’s Wrong with What We Eat
3. Anna LappéMarketing Food to Children

4. Ellen GustafsonObesity + Hunger = 1 Global Food Issue
5. Tristram StuartThe Global Food Waste Scandal

6. Brian Halweil: From New York to Africa: Why Food Is Saving the World
7. Fred Kaufman: The Measure of All Things
8. LaDonna Redman: Food + Justice = Democracy

9. Jose Andres: Creativity in Cooking Can Solve Our Biggest Challenges

10. Jamie Oliver’s TED Prize Wish: Teach Every Child About Food

11. Dan Barber: How I Fell in Love with a Fish

12. Carolyn Steel: How Food Shapes Our Cities

13. Ann Cooper: Lunch Lessons: Changing the Way We Feed Our Children
14. Ron Finley: A Guerrilla Gardener in South Central L.A.
15. Tama Matsuoka Wong: How I Did Less and Ate Better, Thanks to Weeds
16. Stephen Ritz: Green Bronx Machine: Growing Our Way Into a New Economy
17. Angela Morelli: The Global Water Footprint of Humanity

18. Birke Baehr: What’s Wrong With Our Food System
19. Graham Hill: Why I’m a Weekday Vegetarian
20. Joel SalatinThinking About Soil

21. Roger Doiron: A Subversive Plot

22. Britta Riley: A Garden in My Apartment

23. Arthur Potts Dawson: A Vision for Sustainable Restaurants

24. Ken CookTurning the Farm Bill into the Food Bill



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