CHANGE EVERY DAY: EAT YOUR VALUES
Hosted by WNYC’s Shumita Basu
Guests include our own Sara Day Evans, founding director of Accelerating Appalachia, plus Rachel Armstrong, founder and executive director of Farm Commons, and Jeffrey Neal, founder of Loop Closing.
What do composting or legal contracts have to do with the last meal you ate? Why should we all have insight into the businesses growing, producing, and sourcing the food you eat? Learn how all of these facets work together toward a truly just food system for all. Bring your ideas and curiosity. Insights will inspire and we’ll come together for a better world.
Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes
Venue: The Greene Space
44 Charlton Street, New York, NY
(corner of Varick Street)
There is hope in change. In this special partnership with Echoing Green, you’ll discover how you can harness your day-to-day choices to create a collective transformation. Over four events at The Greene Space, leading entrepreneurs, engineers, organizers and activists working from Appalachia to New York City will share their incredible work and the steps they’re taking to make the world more sustainable, safe and equitable. From decisions about what you eat, the apps you use, or where and how you spend your money, these actions are part of the building blocks of social movements that are creating a fairer and more sustainable world.