CONTROLLED ENV. AG

Jonathan Webb

OCEAN FARMING

Bri Warner

REGEN OCEANS

Chris Sherman

STANDARDS BEARER

Rupert Howes

ANIMAL CENTRIC MEAT

Øistein Thorsen

REPURPOSING SUBSIDIES

Todd Barker

COLL . CONSCIOUSNESS

Dan Barber

a 6-part talk-show miniseries about food systems change


In this series I speak with leaders from across the globe who are ushering in Core (Food) Systems Change to fight against climate change, biodiversity loss, malnutrition and hunger.

You’ll hear conversations with pioneers redefining how we engage nature to produce food.

You’ll hear about the potential of growing a consistent supply of fresh produce under glass, what regen ocean farming means for our waters and communities, how animal centric agriculture positively impacts us all, why new standards will invigorate natural fish stocks, where to repurpose failed subsidies, and what can be done to induce a collective consciousness around food, farming and planet. Tunein for a dose of optimism.

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CORE SYSTEMS CHANGE

a 6-part talk show miniseries

The thing is… all sorts of folks will be embracing the values gained from good food and its production. Good food is simply an investment in your own personal health and performance. It’s also a venue to take real climate action in every bite, and a daily dose of benevolence for the folks that keep us well with delicious preventative health care.

Good food is a boom-town innovation economy that’s ripening to become invasive throughout verticals and global marketplaces. That’ll all begin as more local jobs, and with regional food security. Hear about the rich & lasting benefits that arrive with core food systems change.

subject matter key:


series autograms:


104: Controlled Environment Ag.

106: Standard Bearer of the Sea

105: Regen Ocean Farming

107: Animal Centric Agriculture

109: Collective Consciousness

108: Repurposing Subsidies


“A tragedy of the commons is playing out in cool, nutrient-dense waters of the North-Atlantic. There is no silver bullet to the challenge of overfishing and the health of the ocean. We need to see all actors playing their part.”

Rupert Howes, Chief Executive of Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)


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