What's Up with Food?

"Making sustainable food choices - what does that mean?"

Sarah Elliott's new zine What's Up with Food? poses the question through meats, fish, fruits, vegetables and GMOs too. It is hard to imagine that the beef in a quarter-pounder from McDonald's takes 11,000 liters (about 2750 gallons) of water to produce, but it's as true as it is sobering.

This zine is chock- full of information on the complex ecology of food, its nutrition, and its environmental costs (bibliography included). Download this double-sided zine-pamphlet by clicking on the title above or the cover image to the right. For more information, consider:

Yale Sustainable Food Project
The Sustainable Table