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Food Fix: How to Save Our Health, Our Economy, Our Communities, and Our Planet–One Bite at a Time (2020)

By Dr. Mark Hyman MD.

An indispensable guide to food, our most powerful tool to reverse the global epidemic of chronic disease, heal the environment, reform politics, and revive economies, from #1 New York Times bestselling author Mark Hyman, MD—”Read this book if you’re ready to change the world” (Tim Ryan, US Representative).


Diet for a Small Planet (2021)

By Frances Moore Lappé.

Discover a way of eating that revolutionized the meaning of our food choices and sold more than 3 million copies—now in a 50th-anniversary edition with a timely introduction plus new and updated plant-centered recipes


Pastoral Song: A Farmer’s Journey Hardcover (2021)

By James Rebanks.

The Acclaimed International Bestseller * Named “Nature Book of the Year” by the Sunday Times (London) * Shortlisted for the the Orwell Prize and the Royal Society of Literature’s Ondaatje Prize. “A MASTERPIECE. … A poetic, practical, raw, and almost miraculously detailed picture of this ancient way of life struggling to survive and to be reborn.” ―New Statesman


Rewilding Agricultural Landscapes (2021)

By H. Scott Butterfield, T. Rodd Kelsey, Abigail K. Hart

Rewilding is a hot topic these days, getting a lot of attention in both the popular press (Monbiot 2014) and scientific community (Fernández et al. 2017). There has even been debate about whether the idea is a good one, ecologically and financially speaking (Rubenstein and Rubenstein 2016). It can mean different things to different people.


‘The Climate Diet’ Shows How to Shrink Your Carbon Footprint (2021)

By Paul Greenberg.

We all understand just how dire the circumstances facing our planet are and that we all need to do our part to stem the tide of climate change. When we look in the mirror, we can admit that we desperately need to go on a climate diet. But the task of cutting down our carbon emissions feels overwhelming and the discipline required hard to summon.


The Planter of Modern Life: Louis Bromfield and the Seeds of a Food Revolution (2020)

By Stephen Heyman.

Louis Bromfield was a World War I ambulance driver, a Paris expat, and a Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist as famous in the 1920s as Hemingway or Fitzgerald. But he cashed in his literary success to finance a wild agrarian dream in his native Ohio. The ideas he planted at his utopian experimental farm, Malabar, would inspire America’s first generation of organic farmers and popularize the tenets of environmentalism years before Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring.


Animal, Vegetable, Junk: A History of Food, from Sustainable to Suicidal (2021)

By Mark Bittman.

In Animal, Vegetable, Junk, trusted food authority Mark Bittman offers a panoramic view of how the frenzy for food has driven human history to some of its most catastrophic moments, from slavery and colonialism to famine and genocide—and to our current moment, wherein Big Food exacerbates climate change, plunders our planet, and sickens its people. Even still, Bittman refuses to concede that the battle is lost, pointing to activists, workers, and governments around the world who are choosing well-being over corporate greed and gluttony, and fighting to free society from Big Food’s grip.


Our Changing Menu: Climate Change and the Foods We Love and Need (2021)

By Michael P. Hoffmann and Carrie Koplinka-Loehr.

Our Changing Menu unpacks the increasingly complex relationships between food and climate change. Whether you're a chef, baker, distiller, restaurateur, or someone who simply enjoys a good pizza or drink, it's time to come to terms with how climate change is affecting our diverse and interwoven food system.


Local: The New Face of Food and Farming in America (2014)

By Douglas Gayeton.

Combining stunning visuals with insights and a lexicon of more than 200 agricultural terms explained by today’s thought leaders, Local showcases and explores one of the most popular environmental trends: rebuilding local food movements.


Let There Be Water: Israel’s Solution for a Water-Starved World (2017)

By Seth M. Siegel.

Let There Be Water illustrates how Israel can serve as a model for the United States and countries everywhere by showing how to blunt the worst of the coming water calamities. Even with 60 percent of its country made of desert, Israel has not only solved its water problem; it also had an abundance of water. Israel even supplies water to its neighbors-the Palestinians and the Kingdom of Jordan-every day.