Jonathan Safran Foer: Novels Can Learn from Poetry
Meet American writer Jonathan Safran Foer, who reflects on the power of literature in general and poetry in particular. Foer argues that art always has a personal point of departure, where the artist confronts the world and rearranges it. Jonathan Safran Foer was interviewed by Synne Rifbjerg at the Louisiana Literature festival at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark in 2012
Het klimaat zijn wij van Jonathan Safran Foer, met Miriam Rook
Het klimaat zijn wij van Jonathan Safran Foer, met Miriam Rook Deze week duikt Radio Savannah de klimaatboekenkast in. Samen met superspecial guest Miriam Rook bespreken we het boek "Het klimaat zijn wij", waarin Jonathan Safran Foer bepleit dat de strijd tegen klimaatverandering begint bij ons ontbijt. We kletsen over het lezen van klimaatboeken, over onze eigen kleine dagelijkse bijdragen aan het klimaat, en waarom het zo belangrijk is dat we weten dat we deel uitmaken van een groter collectief. Wil je meer Miriam in je leven? Kom dan gezellig op zondagmiddag langs de winkel om te kletsen over klimaatboeken, of volg haar op instagram via @rookmiriam. Ben je op zoek naar andere mooie klimaatboeken? Duik dan in onze klimaatkast! Te vinden in onze winkel en hier in onze webshop. Met zijn bestseller Dieren eten veroorzaakte Jonathan Safran Foer een sensatie: veel van zijn lezers werden vegetariër, of werden zich op z'n minst bewust van hun eetgedrag, Nu pakt hij het grootste thema van deze tijd aan: klimaatverandering. Om dit onderwerp concreter en daardoor urgenter te maken, herinnert Foer ons aan de kracht van gezamenlijke actie en geeft hij voorbeelden van succesverhalen uit het verleden als stimulans. Op deze manier - die van elk individu slechts een kleine inspanning vergt maar bij collectieve actie uiterst effectief is - kunnen we een van de grootste veroorzakers van klimaatverandering aanpakken: de bio-industrie. Op zijn geheel eigen en verassende wijze spoort Foer de lezer aan om na te denken over hoe volgende generaties ons handelen op dit cruciale moment zullen beoordelen. Wij kúnnen de wereld nog redden, te beginnen bij het ontbijt. Vind het boek hier (NL) en hier (EN) in de webshop. Wil je direct aan de slag voor het klimaat? Dan heeft Miriam een aantal mooie tips voor lokale initiatieven die je kunt steunen: - Het Hof van Cartesius is een circulaire gebouwde groene werkplek voor creatieve en duurzame ondernemers van Utrecht. Zij organsieren ook plantjesruilmarkten, workshops, en meer. Kijk voor meer informatie op hun website. - Nudge is een bedrijf met een missie: zij willen blijvende gedragsveranderingen realiseren bij individuen en organisaties op het gebied van klimaat, energie, milieu en sociale duurzaamheid. Dat doen ze door hen te betrekken bij projecten en campagnes die op prikkelende wijze ander gedrag stimuleren. Lees meer op hun website.- Utrecht natuurlijk brengt de natuur dichtbij en maakt Utrecht groener, gezonder en duurzamer voor alle Utrechters. Zij organiseren activiteiten, cursussen en evenementen op onze locaties (stadstuinen/stadsboederijen) of elders in de stad. Daarbij werken ze samen met bewoners, bedrijven, vrijwilligers, maatschappelijke organisaties en de gemeente Utrecht. Meer informmatie vind je op deze website.- Wil je ook zo'n mooie afvalknijper om je buurt mee op te ruimen? Vraag deze dan aan via deze website van de gemeente Utrecht.
302: We’re talking about climate change wrong | Jonathan Safran Foer, bestselling author & environmental activist
The mindbodygreen Podcast
Jonathan Safran Foer: “We cannot save the planet with micro-changes. We cannot save the planet without micro changes.”Foer, a bestselling author and environmental activist, joins mbg co-CEO, Jason Wachob, to discuss actionable ways to support the longevity of the planet, plus:*How to talk to someone about climate change without lecturing**How to stay motivated in your efforts without falling off-course**How to transform feeling into action when it comes to climate change**How to actually influence people and change their minds**How to have a productive conversation with people who disagree with you*Referenced in the episode:- Foer's latest book, We Are The Weather.- Analysis of the relationship between animal agriculture and the environment.- Poll with 96% of Americans saying animals deserve at least some protection from harm and exploitation.Enjoy this episode, sponsored by Lexus! Whether it's an article or podcast, we want to know what we can do to help here at mindbodygreen. Let us know at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are the Weather - Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast: Jonathan Safran Foer with Jeffrey Gettleman
A powerful narrative on the stark realities of climate change, We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast by Jonathan Safran Foer takes a hard-hitting look at the day-to-day human contribution to the unfolding environmental catastrophe. Weaving personal stories, facts and metaphors, he also analyses what motivates some people to sacrifice short-term comfort for the sake of the long term preservation of our climate by eliminating animal-based products from their diet. In conversation with journalist Jeffrey Gettleman, he delves on the changes that each one of us can make to mitigate this crisis.
Bookwaves/Artwaves is produced and hosted by Richard Wolinsky. Links to announced on-line and streaming local theatre & book events  Bookwaves Novelist and essayist Jonathan Safran Foer discusses his book, "We Are The Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast," just out in trade paperback, with host Richard Wolinsky. The author of three acclaimed novels, Jonathan Safran Foer has also written "Eating Animals," a treatise on the evils of factory farming. This new book talks about changing one's diet, cutting one's carnivore diet, as a personal step in limiting your carbon footprint, i.e. removing meat, fish and dairy products from breakfast and lunch. Complete interview  Artwaves Hershey Felder, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky, 2013. George Gershwin Alone will be performed live from Florence, Italy on Sunday September 13, 2020 at 5 pm Pacific. For tickets and information, go to Berkeley Rep  or TheatreWorks Silicon Valley.  Hershey Felder has made a career of creating solo shows in which he portrays different composers performing their work on piano. His first show, George Gershwin Alone, began in 1999 at a Los Angeles workshop. He later went on to portray Leonard Bernstein, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Frederic Chopin, Claude Debussy, and Ludwig Beethoven. This interview was recorded in the offices of Berkeley Rep on April 12, 2013, during the run of George Gershwin Alone. Photos: Hershey Felder Presents. Announcement Links Book Passage.  Conversations with authors, all at 4 pm Pacific: mystery writer Rhys Bowen, today, Bill Petrocelli, author of Electoral Bait and Switch: How the Electoral College Hurts Voters, Saturday September 12, Clarissa Ward Sunday September 13, Dr. David D. Burns on depression Tuesday September 14 and Sue Miller Wednesday September 15, again all at 4 pm Pacific. And Chasten Buttegieg in conversation with Andrew Sean Greer Tuesday September 15, 5:30 pm The Booksmith features tonight Tom Phillpot tonight at 6 pm and Chuck Palahniuk (Palanik) in conversation with Richard Kadrey on Wednesday September 16 at 7 pm Books Inc  presents Adrienne Young, Adalyn Grace and Maggie Tokuda-Hall, later today at 5 pm and Kevin C. O’Leary Tuesday September 15 at 5 pm . Bay Area Book Festival Sunday, October 4, the Bay Area Book Festival presents Berkeley #UNBOUND, an all-day, free, virtual mini-festival — kicked off with a ticketed keynote program on Saturday night, October 3. Kepler’s Book s presents Refresh the Page, on line interviews and talks. Registration required. San Francisco Playhouse  Tonight at 7 pm: Fireside chat with playwright Cleavon Smith, The Zoomlet play Monday September 14 at 7 pm is A Broken String by Lynn Kauffman Custom Made Theatre  Sarah Ruhl’s How to Transcend a Happy Marriage, recorded during its Jan/Feb run, streams September 18-20, On Demand 10 am-11 pm. Theatre Rhino Live Thursday performance conceived and performed by John Fisher on Facebook Live and Zoom at 8 pm Thursday September 10 is The Drinker. American Conservatory Theatre  (ACT) In Love and Warcraft by Madhuri Shekar, a live production on Zoom, this Friday and Saturday September 11-12 at 8 pm, and On Demand recording Sept 18-25. 42nd Street Moon . 8 pm Tuesdays: Tuesday Talks Over the Moon. Fridays at 8 pm: Full Moon Fridays Cabaret. Sundays at 8 pm: Quiz Me Kate: Musical Theatre Trivia. A new subscription series, Moonbeams, begins streaming on October 1. Shotgun Players.  Josh Kornbluth’s Citizen Brain, live-streamed October 16 to November 8. Berkeley Rep  Another live performance by Hershey Felder, George Gershwin Alone, airs on Sunday September 13 at 5 pm. TheatreWorks Silicon Valley . Another live performance by Hershey Felder, George Gershwin Alone, airs on Sunday September 13 at 5 pm. Tickets on sale on the website. TheatreWorks’ production of the musical Pride and Prejudice is now streaming with an Amazon Prime subscription. Pandora by Laurel Ollstein streams September 24 to September 28, free. California Shakepeare Theatre 18 Direct Address: Allyship and Anti-Racism, Where Are We Now? Is available streaming. Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts  new on-line programming series featuring classes, concerts, poetry sessions and more. SFBATCO Live with Rod and Marce on Twitch TV, every Thursday at 6 pm. Aurora Theatre ’s A new ticketed audio drama, The Flats, written by Lauren Gunderson, Cleaven Smith and Jonathan Spector, with Lauren English, Anthony Fusco and Khary L. Moye, directed by Josh Costello, will stream this fall, date to be announced. Aurora Connects conversations every Friday, 4 pm. Marin Theatre Company  Lauren Gunderson’s play Natural Shocks streams through Soundcloud on the Marin Theatre website. Central Works  The Script Club , where you read the script of a new play and send comments to the playwright. The September script is Strange Ladies by Susan Sobeloff. A podcast will be posted to the Central Works website on September 29. New Conservatory Theatre Center  presents In Good Company, a podcast about life when it goes off script. The first four episodes are now available streaming. The Marsh:  International Solo Fest, October 7-11. Josh Kornbluth hosts bingo every Friday at 7:30 pm. Pear Theater. Lysistrata, October 8 – November 9, filmed live outdoors. Contra Costa Civic Theatre The Reading Stage: I and You by Lauren Gunderson, Monday September 14, at 7 pm on Zoom. 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S2E29: Jonathan Safran Foer on meat, & his book We Are the Weather
Reversing Climate Change
Regardless of where you stand on the ethics of eating meat, the fact is, it’s a big part of the climate math. It provokes strong feelings all around, some of which may be contradictory within one’s self. And so much of the climate analysis is dependent upon how the animals were raised, marketed, and so on. It’s hard to speak (at least for some) with crisp lines. In this episode we wade into these details. Jonathan Safran Foer is the bestselling author of Eating Animals, Everything Is Illuminated, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, and We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast. Today, Jonathan joins Ross to describe his relationship with meat, explaining what inspired him to become a vegetarian at the age of nine and why he is willing to admit to moral failure when he grabs a burger at the airport. Jonathan shares his proposal for reducing our meat consumption as posited in We Are the Weather, weighing in on why it’s dangerous to make our food choices such a big part of our identity. Listen in for Jonathan’s insight on what makes climate change such a difficult story to tell and learn why Jonathan thinks reserving meat for dinner is a productive form of climate activism. Resources: We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast by Jonathan Safran Foer The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals by Michael Pollan ‘Options for Keeping the Food System Within Environmental Limits’ in Nature Bill Niman Wendell Berry Kate Knibbs on Reversing Climate Change S2EP12 The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming by David Wallace-Wells Learning to Die in the Anthropocene by Roy Scranton Peter Singer Purchase Nori Carbon Removals Nori Nori on Twitter Nori on Patreon Email firstname.lastname@example.org Carbon Removal Newsroom--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reversingclimatechange/support
Summary of We Are The Weather by Jonathan Safran Foer | Free Audiobook
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An informational guide on how harmful the animal industry is to the environment, and that saving the planet begins at breakfast. In We Are The Weather, Jonathan Safran Foer discusses the similarities between climate change and World War II. Similar to the sacrifices Americans made in the days we fought against the axis powers, it’s time to make a sacrifice in the fight against global warming. We are fighting a losing battle, but saving the planet can begin at breakfast. Foer introduces the idea that changing our diet can save the Earth. With animal industry farms making up 24% of harmful greenhouse gas emissions right behind fossil fuel emissions, you can begin to do your part by reducing your consumption of animal products and reducing your carbon footprint significantly. The war can only be won if everyone does their part, our planet needs both big and small sacrifices to survive, so take a small step in saving the planet and end the fight with global warming. Do you want more free audiobook summaries like this? Download our app for free at QuickRead.com/App and get access to hundreds of free book and audiobook summaries. DISCLAIMER: This book summary is meant as a preview and not a replacement for the original book. If you like this summary please consider purchasing the original book to get the full experience as the original author intended it to be. If you are the original author of any book on QuickRead and would like us to remove it, please contact us at email@example.com