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    In Comfortably Unaware Dr. Richard Oppenlander tackles the crucial issue of global depletion as it relates to food choice. Do you know the true cost of the food you eat every day? What resources were used and what was destroyed in order to get that food to your plate? What does the word sustainable really mean when applied to your food choices and how sustainable is that particular food to your own health? What you choose to eat is killing our planet says noted lecturer and author Dr. Richard Oppenlander. In Comfortably Unaware he reveals the truth about food choice and its impact on our world. He doesnt stop at merely identifying the problem. He describes with clarity its cultural and political origins and offers a viable solution. We should all be committed he tells us to understanding the reality and consequences of our diet the footprint it makes on our environment and seek food products that are in the best interest of all living things. His forthright information and stark mental images are often disturbing and thats how it should be. As the guardians of Planet Earth we need to be shaken out of our complacency to stop being comfortably unaware and to understand the measures we must take to ensure the health and well-being of our planet and of ourselves. Dr. Oppenlander breaks down the information in easy-to-read chapters that touch on issues ranging from the rainforests (depleting the lungs of our planet) to water and oceans to world hunger to the air we breathe (yes food choice affects oxygen and the quality of the air). His fresh insight on this suppressed and often controversial topic goes well beyond the now-familiar warnings about global warming and use of fossil fuels. His information is essential reading; he provides entirely new perspectives on our culture and how this global crisis reached such startling proportions as well as most important how to solve the problem.

    Detalhes do Produto

      • Ano de Edição: 2011
      • Ano:  2011
      • País de Produção: United States
      • Código de Barras:  2000170091622
      • ISBN:  9780984620586

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