FOOD, HUNGER & THE ENVIRONMENT
Building on Frances Moore Lappé’s path-breaking Diet for a Small Planet, the Institute continues to combat the myth of scarcity in a world of plenty. Frances and Anna Lappé’s Hope’s Edge chronicles their journey on five continents exploring people-powered movements aligning farming with ecological and human well-being.
Frances' powerful book EcoMind: Changing the Way We Think, to Create the World We Want navigates from "thought traps" to "thought leaps," as challenges morph into opportunities which motivate action. Then, drawing on their earlier classic study, Frances and Joseph Collins released the fully rewritten World Hunger: 10 Myths. Senior Researcher Timothy A. Wise extends the institute’s work with Eating Tomorrow: Agribusiness, Family Farmers, and the Battle for the Future of Food .
IT'S NOT TOO LATE!
Crisis, Opportunity, and the Power of Hope
Frances is working on her new book, It's Not Too Late!
It’s Not Too Late! offers a surprising and motivating new lens through which to see the climate crisis. Though many feel overwhelmed and tempted to give up, we find a genuine ray of hope: The very severity of the climate crisis could trigger a historic awakening, enabling us to grasp causal connections among the climate crisis, our broken political system, and our economic distress.
50th Anniversary Edition of
Diet for a Small Planet Coming in Fall 2021!
Frances Moore Lappé welcomes you to share them.
If your change is used in this new edition, your name will appear in the book and you’ll receive a signed copy.
Frances thanks you in advance!
Directed by Timothy A. Wise, the program provides research and analysis on global, national, and local efforts to promote climate-resilient sustainable agricultural development in some of the world’s poorest countries. Wise brings a rights-based approach to understanding persistent hunger and poverty in a world of plenty, examining:
To help us examine our core assumptions about community, democracy, hope, fear, and courage in the context of today’s global challenges, as well as within ourselves and our communities, the workshop uses a range of media tools and participatory activities including videos, power points, facilitators scripts, handouts and more! Check out more info HERE.
OUR RESOURCES & ANALYSIS
Huffington Post: "My Best Gift, Ever: I Just Saw the Solution to World Hunger"
Great Transition Initiative: "Farming for a Small Planet: Agroecology Now"
Cambridge University's Ethics & International Affairs: "How We Count Hunger Matters"