Eating to Save the Planet, or What’s a Flexitarian?

Date(s) - Saturday, January 12
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Chalice Sanctuary, Fellowship Hall, and Kitchen


Addressing climate change through sustainable food choices


Amy Halpern-Laff — Green Monday U.S.

In the wake of the Global Climate Action Summit, we’re all asking what we can do to shrink our individual and collective carbon footprints.  One of the most effective (and painless) steps we can take is to make more sustainable food choices.

Come learn about Green Monday and Green Sunday programs and taste some of the possibilities!!!

Amy Halpern-Laff earned her JD at Stanford and practiced law and mediation in NY and CT. After a few years, she pivoted to education, nonprofit and grassroots campaign leadership, assuming both executive and lay leadership roles. A longtime social justice activist and educator, Amy focuses on engaging social justice, environmental, political, and educational organizations in the growing movement for just and sustainable food systems. In addition to her work with Factory Farming Awareness Coalition and Green Monday US  Amy is co-executive director of Ethics in Education Network  advocating for ethics-centered curricula that instills lifelong habits of rigorous and open-minded ethical inquiry.

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