I'm listening to this show from Human Media right now. It's being broadcast on my local public radio station. There's not a lot of information here new to me, but some interesting stories, and a real range of voices. Nicely done.
Right now I am too tired from a long multi-scene day to give it the attention it deserves. Fortunately I can listen later. I also think the booklet on the site is a pretty good introduction to the ethics of eating in a way that is environmentally sound, with handy hints for individuals and families that are new to these issues.
One question that sticks with me from early in segment one: why do people think that eating meat or not is simply a personal choice? It's not a personal choice to eat the amounts of meat many Americans do. It's a choice with global implications. How can I/we help people to awake to these insights?
I suppose I carry the virus I would like to eradicate, though. While I came home and ate dal and brown rice, my favorite food at today's Sonoma Chamber of Commerce food expo and forum was the Vella cheese!