"Fixing Food" Documentary

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Fixing Food
Fixing Food

To many of us, climate change is remote, abstract, too grim to consider, too far removed from our daily lives. But we now know that one of the biggest triggers for global warming is something all of us do every day: eating.  

Across the country, intrepid innovators are recognizing and exploring solutions to the problems of growing our nation's food while responding to climate change.  

FIXING FOOD tells stories of people who are working to lower our carbon footprint with impactful new ways to gather and prepare the food we need. The series looks at five important areas where we can make changes—farming in the ocean and the air, finding new food sources, learning from Indigenous agriculture, and rescuing the food we already have.

Their stories challenge us all: If we change the way we eat, can we save our planet?

45 total minutes. Directed by Sue Williams.

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"'Fixing Food' offers a celebration of radical business innovation in our food systems that envisions community and flourishing at its heart. These inspirational people and projects make it clear we have the tools to chart an incredibly rich and delicious future." Paul Stock, Associate Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies, University of Kansas, Author, New Farmers