Behavioural changes around food can take generations to embed, but action is needed now to mitigate the climate crisis. Canvas8 spoke to Eve Turow-Paul, the founder of the Food for Climate League, about how brands can make healthy and climate-friendly diets more accessible.
Eve Turow-Paul is a world-leading expert on Gen Y and Z global food culture and founder and executive director of the non-profit Food for Climate League. Her latest book is Hungry: Avocado Toast, Instagram Influencers, and Our Search for Connection and Meaning. Through her writing, consultancy, and non-profit leadership, she helps companies and organisations connect the dots between culture, human behaviour, wellbeing, sustainability, and the food system to develop strategic products and campaigns that meet people's core human needs.
Emma Sheppard is a journalist specialising in business, technology, family and social affairs. As well as Canvas8, her work has appeared in The Guardian, Wired, BBC Worldwide, The Independent and more.
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