Gigi Berardi reads FoodWISE, the very beginning of Part 2—Our Personal World of Food, and mentions her summer courses at Western Washington University in business and sustainability—and food. One, focused on foods in Italy and Switzerland, as here: The Swiss Diet
Gigi Berardi concludes part 1 of FoodWISE, introduces what’s next in the book, and reflects on the economic conditions of small college towns, as here: coronavirus and college towns
Gigi Berardi concludes Part 1 of FoodWISE and asks about ways forward in trying to match health care resources with COVID case increases. Doing the right thing extends to many management decisions, as discussed in this article, in the case of Kenya, discussed in a class Gigi currently teaches, International Business and Food Sustainability.
Gigi Berardi reads FoodWISE and talks about decision-making, and what universities are doing in the fall, as here: What’s the right thing for universities to do in the fall?
Gigi Berardi reads FoodWISE, about food security and presents disturbing information here, on COVID case upticks: Covid on the rise
Gigi Berardi reads FoodWISE, about the “undeserving,” and resilience. See: Who’s resilient and why does it matter? Image: resilience (my cheese cave)
Gigi Berardi reads FoodWISE tonight, on the vulnerable and oppressive societal structures—and pig farming. See: Farming in a pandemic.
I reads FoodWISE tonight, here: FoodWISE and food security, on food security solutions from the Lummi Nation and Detroit neighborhoods. These articles look at challenges in some African economies, and threats to Stilton Cheese in the UK. Read: African economies and Save our Stilton.
Gigi Berardi reads on food security, connecting Birchwood Food Desert Fighter with day laborers in Mumbai, and asking questions about resilience. See birchwoodfoodjustice and food desert fighters, as well as https://www.facebook.com/groups/birchwoodfooddesertfighters/ See, too: labor lives matter Image: Inexpensive and nutritious bean stew, food security is a basic human right.
Gigi Berardi reads about food security and community gardens, but mostly profiles the work of activist Karen Washington: see, food apartheid.