The day 5 in The Food Revolution Summit include Senator Cory Booker, Ron Finley, Jane Goodall, John Robbins, Ocean Robbins and Caryn Hartglass.
Senator Cory Booker – Affordable Super Foods for Lasting Super Health
Senator Cory Booker represents New Jersey in the United States Senate. Before elected Senator, he served as the mayor of Newark, New Jersey, where he became well known for engaging with his constituents in innovative ways. Cory is a dedicated advocate for healthier lunches and better nutritional education in schools, for community gardens and farmer’s markets, and for increasing access to healthy food in low income communities. Widely regarded as one of the most popular political leaders in the United States, he’ll give you his inspiring vision for how we can put policy to work for healthy people and communities. Due to Senate ethics rules, Senator Booker’s interview will forever be available for no charge. To be added to the list to be sent a complimentary copy of the MP3 and the transcript once they are available, click here.
He stressed the importance of doing the right thing like eliminating use of antibiotics in the feed for animals raised for food. People should be able to come together for the sake of future generations. Hope is the active conviction. He said let us take responsibilty and do the sensible thing,
Ron Finley – Growing Healthy Food & Communities
Ron Finley is a gangsta gardener in South Central LA and a globally recognized leader in the movement for healthy food in low-income communities. He plants vegetable gardens in abandoned lots, traffic medians, and along curbs — to offer an alternative to fast food in an area often described as a food desert. His wildly popular TED Talk, A Guerilla Gardener in South Central LA, has been viewed by more than 2 ½ million people. Ron is founder of the Ron Finley Project, which spreads the message of how the simple act of growing food can transform health, lives, culture, and communities. Ron’s story and message will inspire you, fill you with hope, and empower you to take action for healthy food and food communities for everyone. He said about the versatality of nature and it provide colors for palletes of artist. It makes you feels good. Take it next level and share with each others bounty of nature.John and Ron gave their opinion unhealthy convenience foods. Ron Finley got ordinance in LA changed. People need to know it and be part of the change. He is changing culture and ghrowing food is only one facet of it.
Jane Goodall, Ph.D., DBE – Sowing the Seeds of Hope
Dr. Jane Goodall may have had greater impact on humanity’s understanding of animals than any other person who has ever lived. Her groundbreaking work studying the behavior of chimpanzees has brought her global acclaim and generated lasting impact in the fields of habitat preservation, animal welfare, and scientific understanding. Goodall is author of nearly 30 books, including her most recent, Seeds Of Hope:Wisdom and Wonder from the World of Plants, and has starred in countless films and globally broadcast television programs. She has received countless awards, is a Dame of the British Empire and is a United Nations Messenger of Peace for her work with youth through Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots Program. Goodall is founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and still travels nearly 300 days each year, promoting peace, giving hope, and inspiring millions to help make this world a better place for all living things. She’ll warm your heart, inspire you with hope, and share her empowering vision of humanity’s natural place in the community of species. Important message is we all can make a difference if we all make ethical choices.
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