The Glynwood Institute is pleased to offer DVD’s of TEDxManhattan 2012, “Changing the Way We Eat” free of charge to anyone interested in using the talks for non-commercial, educational purposes. Read the full release after the jump:
TEDxManhattan “Changing the Way We Eat”
Videos of All Speaker Presentations Online and on DVD
June 25, 2012 | New York City – Earlier this year, The Glynwood Institute for Sustainable Food and Farming acted as lead sponsor of a one-day TEDxManhattan event whose theme embraced food, and more specifically, how we can inspire a change to a more sustainable, local approach to producing and eating food. Now, the entire day of presentations from leading innovators and professionals in the field is available online and on DVD. The TEDxManhattan DVD is free for noncommercial educational purposes and can be ordered by emailing TEDxManhattan@gmail.com. The films can also be viewed online via the TEDxManhattan website.
Speakers for the day were:
|Patty||Cantrell||Regional Food Systems|
|Marianne||Cufone||Recirculating Farms Coalition|
|Mitchell||Davis||James Beard Foundation|
|Wenonah||Hauter||Food & Water Watch|
|Howard||Hinterthuer||Center for Veteran’s Issues|
|Fred||Kirschenmann||Leopold Center for Sustainable Ag/Stone Barns Center|
|Robert||Lawrence||Center for a Livable Future/Johns Hopkins University|
|Wayne||Pacelle||Humane Society of United States|
|Stephen||Ritz||Green Bronx Machine|
|David||Wallinga||Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy|
|Kerry||McLean||Urban Housing Economic Development Center|
Bios can be found on the TEDxManhattan website.
The Glynwood Institute has also created Dinner and Some Ed, a website and project to encourage consumers to host a sustainable meal and enjoy discussions around TED and TEDx talks on sustainable food. The meals tie in perfectly with the 2012 TEDxManhattan DVD.
For more information, please contact Diane Hatz, email@example.com or phone 646-495-6086.
TEDxManhattan 2013 is scheduled for February 16, 2013.
Change Food is a nonprofit whose mission is to connect and transform the food we eat, the people who produce it, and the world in which it is grown. To read and learn more, visit The Guide to Good Food blog.