Plant-based food: Is it healthy for us and the planet?

Can healthier diets help our planet? (Live presentation at UBC Robson)

Chapters: 00:00 Introduction by Charlyn Black, Professor at the University of British Columbia’s School of Population and Public Health 4:11 Introduction to Michael Klaper, MD and Founder of Moving Medicine Forward 6:00 Plant-based foods & health with Michael Klaper 31:58 Introduction to Navin Ramankutty, Director of UBC Institute for Resources,

The Vancouver Humane Society’s Chantelle Archambault recently appeared as a speaker at UBC Robson Square Theatre for an exciting discussion about plant-based food, “Can healthier diets help our planet?”

The event was moderated by Professor Charlyn Black of the UBC School of Population & Public Health, and also featured speakers Michael Klaper of Moving Medicine Forward, Navin Ramankutty of the UBC Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability, and Jade Dittaro of the UBC Family Practice Training Sites.

Presentations mention the following resources:

Introduction by Charlyn Black

Plant-based foods & health with Michael Klaper

Plant-based foods & the environment with Navin Ramankutty

Impacts of shifting to plant-based foods in the Lower Mainland with Chantelle Archambault

Intersections of planetary health and human health in education with Jade Dittaro

Panel discussion

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