Edible Landscape Project

ELP Podcast

 Our ELP 2° podcast focuses on Climate Change. We’ll be interviewing people working on climate-related issues, as well as researchers, climate activists, environmentalists, and more…

Our podcasts aim to highlight the reality of global warming, how it impacts the lives and livelihoods of people, as well as look at some of the less considered impacts of a warmer planet.

We’ve called it ELP 2° because a two degree centrigrade rise in global temperature from pre-industrial levels will result in a completely transformed planet from the one we live on today. Our second reason for the name is that we believe that we can all make a difference and two degrees of seperation is all that seperates every one of us from making a connection, reaching out, telling a story, influencing, and helping to turn the world away from a more catastrophic future.

We can do it.

ELP 2° Podcast©

Our first ELP 2° podcast  – May 15th 2019. Making the connection between Climate Change, Food and Health. We visited Cornrue Bakery today for Climate Conversation #4. Here’s a snippet… proprietor Patrick O’Reilly and ELP’s Dave Whelan grapple with Climate Change and how it connects to everything, including the bread we eat.

Did you know that 8 of the top 20 solutions to Climate Change are directly related to the way we produce and consume Food?

Stay tuned for more of this conversation on our new 2°podcast where we really get to grips with this important topic.

Making the connection between Climate Change, Food and Health.

Making the connection between Climate Change, Food and Health.We visited Cornrue Bakery today for Climate Conversation #4.Here, proprietor Patrick O'Reilly and ELP's Dave Whelan grapple with Climate Change and how it connects to everything, including the bread we eat.Did you know that 8 of the top 20 solutions to Climate Change are directly related to the way we produce and consume Food? Stay tuned for more of this conversation on our new 2°podcast where we really get to grips with this important topic.#cornruebakery #climatechange #food #bread #climatesmart #foodsecurity

Posted by Edible Landscape Project on Wednesday, 15 May 2019

 Our ELP 2° podcast focuses on Climate Change. We’ll be interviewing people working on climate-related issues, as well as researchers, climate activists, environmentalists, and more…

Our podcasts aim to highlight the reality of global warming, how it impacts the lives and livelihoods of people, as well as look at some of the less considered impacts of a warmer planet.

We’ve called it ELP 2° because a two degree centrigrade rise in global temperature from pre-industrial levels will result in a completely transformed planet from the one we live on today. Our second reason for the name is that we believe that we can all make a difference and two degrees of seperation is all that seperates every one of us from making a connection, reaching out, telling a story, influencing, and helping to turn the world away from a more catastrophic future.

We can do it.

ELP 2° Podcast©

Our first ELP 2° podcast  – May 15th 2019. Making the connection between Climate Change, Food and Health. We visited Cornrue Bakery today for Climate Conversation #4. Here’s a snippet… proprietor Patrick O’Reilly and ELP’s Dave Whelan grapple with Climate Change and how it connects to everything, including the bread we eat.

Did you know that 8 of the top 20 solutions to Climate Change are directly related to the way we produce and consume Food?

Stay tuned for more of this conversation on our new 2°podcast where we really get to grips with this important topic.

Making the connection between Climate Change, Food and Health.

Making the connection between Climate Change, Food and Health.We visited Cornrue Bakery today for Climate Conversation #4.Here, proprietor Patrick O'Reilly and ELP's Dave Whelan grapple with Climate Change and how it connects to everything, including the bread we eat.Did you know that 8 of the top 20 solutions to Climate Change are directly related to the way we produce and consume Food? Stay tuned for more of this conversation on our new 2°podcast where we really get to grips with this important topic.#cornruebakery #climatechange #food #bread #climatesmart #foodsecurity

Posted by Edible Landscape Project on Wednesday, 15 May 2019