Menu for the Future

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$28.00
$30.00

Description

Over the last century, the way we grow, harvest, transport, and consume food has changed significantly. It’s easy to overlook the impact this process has on our environment. Menu for the Future helps you explore the connection between food and sustainability. Participants learn more about the many cultural, social, and ecological implications of what we eat and discuss the importance of our eating habits. Together, you discover food choices that are good for you and the health of our environment.

Length of Course: Six sessions
Course Book Format: Paperback or Ebook

What is a Discussion Course?

Discussion course books give people a framework to talk about their relationship with the planet and to share in discovering new ways to live, work, create and consume. Our discussion courses have been used in the workplace, on college campuses, in centers of faith, and in the community. They are designed to help break big issues into bite-sized pieces. And they help create a personal network of shared stories and support that makes it easy to take action.

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Additional information

What is a Discussion Course?

Discussion course books give people a framework to talk about their relationship with the planet and to share in discovering new ways to live, work, create and consume. Our discussion courses have been used in the workplace, on college campuses, in centers of faith, and in the community. They are designed to help break big issues into bite-sized pieces. And they help create a personal network of shared stories and support that makes it easy to take action.

How do I start a Discussion Course?

It all begins with course organizers and their desire to create a community of change. A course organizer is someone like you; anyone can organize a discussion course. Each course book includes tips and guidelines to help facilitators organize a discussion group. We also provide a wide range of support tools, including the course organizer’s guide, registration forms and more. Course organizers choose a topic and invite others to join them to discover change, together.

What is the best group size for a Discussion Course?

The ideal discussion group size is 8-12 people when meeting in person. We recommend that at least 6 people participate but no more than 15, in order to keep the discussion both lively and manageable.

Online discussion courses allow for more participants because they leverage technology to ensure that everyone has a chance to participate (for example, we can use polling questions to gather input from a larger group of participants all at once.) We have successfully facilitated online discussion courses for groups of 25-200 people, and customize the course experience to the size of the group.

How long does it take to receive a book ?

We process orders twice a week. We use USPS priority mail for all our packages. Once shipped, it generally takes 3-5 business days for packages to arrive. Our ebooks are available to download immediately after purchase.