Presentation on theme: "Climate Action Team Training Series Session #4: Food Julio Magalhães, PhD Global Warming Program Coordinator Loma Prieta Chapter, Sierra Club."— Presentation transcript:
Climate Action Team Training Series Session #4: Food Julio Magalhães, PhD Global Warming Program Coordinator Loma Prieta Chapter, Sierra Club
Overview of Todays Session 1. Observation Worksheets: Seeing your impact 2. Basic Information: Life Cycle of Food 3. Activity: Lets Cook! 4. Personal Goal Setting 5. Conclusion / Action Items 6. Questions
Observation Worksheets: Seeing Your Impact
Review Your Transportation Goal & Experience
Observation Worksheet: Seeing Your Individual Savings! Find your individual totals from this past week
Seeing Your Groups Impact !
Observation Worksheet: Team Totals For Session #4 Report on your group totals from this past week
230 1-liter balloons (volume) Group Totals: Balloons Saved ? How many did your team save between Session #2 & #3 (this past week) ?
Human Energy Behaviors: Life Cycle of a Hamburger Processing CO 2 Transportation Fertilizer, water, pesticides Lots of grain, gas, & land = Total impact = 2000 balloons !
Impacts of Food & Shopping Choices
Activity: Lets Cook!
Pocket Food Guide Bay Area Produce Listing Food Available Year-Round
Recipe Creation Choose a dish, the ingredients, and toppings Select the recipe that sounds most delicious to prepare and bring it or another favorite next time to share Goal: Create three vegetarian recipes from the recipe sheets Steps:
Personal Goal Setting
Food Behaviors: Examples On Worksheet How many of you have made these default low-energy food behaviors part of your lives? More choices for low-energy behaviors…
Climate Protection Action Menu: Food
Set a Specific New Goal
Training Series Schedule
Action Items for Session 5 1. Finalize and work toward your personal low- energy food goal (and your other goals too!) 2. Monitor & record your Observation Worksheet practices during the week 3. Compute your individual & team totals before class (balloons & dollars saved) 4. Plot your cumulative savings on My Total Savings Worksheet 5. Prepare one of the recipes you developed today or a favorite, bring it to class, and share