January 7, 2021 Frances shared the climate crisis challenges and her message of Living Democracy.
October 28, 2020 Frances and Adam Eichen were joined by author David Daley to dicuss applying their 2017 book "Daring Democracy" to Decision 2020.
August 8, 2020 Frances spoke about “What Actions Can We Take in Response to the Climate Crisis?” She gave examples and explored the linkage between climate change and democracy.
August 3, 2020 Frances spoke at Goddard Graduate Institute's virtual event about interdependence, climate change and democracy.
July 24, 2020 Frances hosted July's installment of Sustainable Iowa Land Trust's Book Forum. It focused on her book "Diet For A Small Planet". Frances discussed how to fix our food system and current food democracy.
July 23, 2020 Frances spoke as a panelist at this virtual event. It focused on what COVID-19 has revealed about our food system, and what we can do to make it better.
June 4, 2020 Frances gave the Keynote speech during Strolling of the Heifers' Virtual Slow Living Summit. She explored how large beverage, food and local producers are utilizing new innovative techniques in their practices of food production, farming and agriculture that can help reduce climate change.
April 22, 2020 Frances and her daughter, Anna, spoke together at at the virtual event, Climate Change & Farmland: Building a Resilient Future for Washington. The PPC Farmland Trust works directly with farmers with climate change adaption and mitigation to ensure the future of farming in the Puget Sound region.
March 5, 2020 Frances spoke about "The Climate Crisis in Focus: Finding Hope Through Democratic Action.”
What happens when Frances' book Eco-Mind is used in a classroom?
“I fortuitously assigned Eco-Mind excerpts for reading on Tuesday November 6, 2018 so we talked about democracy and stewardship on election day! The students SO appreciated your perspective. First, one person said - “I’m an environmental science student and I’ve been getting pretty depressed about the planet. This was so refreshingly positive.” Then another person said, “Yes, but what made it so effectively positive is that it was also critical.” Then a third student said, “You know, it made me really hopeful … but it also made me really angry. How can I be 22 and nobody ever told me about these incredible things that people have accomplished! I’m not going to let that happen to anybody else!”
-- Liz Carlisle, Lecturer at Stanford University
SELECTED UNIVERSITIES AT WHICH FRANCES MOORE LAPPÉ HAS SPOKEN
University of Delaware
UC Santa Cruz
Miami Dade College
University of Michigan
Utah Valley University
Oregon State University
Young Harris College
University of Oregon
University of Hawaii
University of Waterloo
One of the wisest women on the planet today. We always walk away with so much to think about—it kindles all of our creative energy—and propels us into action! —Jeri Levitt, Boston, Massachusetts
Your words and thoughts have given us a needed infusion of hope for future action in this challenging time. —Jessica Sawyer, Bethesda, Maryland
Thank you for a truly special series of events in Iowa. Accolades and warm words about your time here are still coming into our office. —Iowa Environmental Council, Des Moines, Iowa