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Bhavani Jaroff will spend an hour with you cooking a vegetarian dinner and exploring ways in which you and your family can live a more sustainable life!

Bhavani Jaroff will spend an hour with you cooking a vegetarian dinner and exploring ways in which you and your family can live a more sustainable life!
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New York, NY

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Bhavani Jaroff will spend an hour with you cooking a vegetarian dinner and exploring ways in which you and your family can live a more sustainable life!

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@ieat_green

Language:

English

Contact:

516.238.3616


Episodes

iEat Green - Donna Casali - Executive Director of Beautycounter

11/16/2018
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Donna Casali is an Executive Director & Founding Member of Beautycounter, a B-Corp whose mission is "to get safer products into the hands of everyone." She describes herself as "a health & wellness educator and advocate whose focus is what you put on your largest organ, your skin”. She says most people don’t realize that many ingredients that are banned in other countries, like Canada and the EU, are allowed in personal care products here in the U.S. These questionable ingredients are...

Duration:00:57:03

iEat Green - Jon Chin: Founder of Share Meals - 11.08.18

11/8/2018
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Jon Chin is an educator, poet, software engineer, 2nd dan blackbelt, and social entrepreneur. He is the founder of Share Meals, an organization dedicated to ending hunger and isolation among students. His greatest concern is how to leverage breakthrough technology to address the human condition in new, disarming ways. His classrooms are often attended by laughter, sometimes so much so, that they're asked to pipe down. He is currently researching the intersection of English Education,...

Duration:00:55:41

iEat Green - Malik Yakini: Detroit Black Community Food Security Network - 11.01.18

11/1/2018
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​Malik Kenyatta Yakini is co-founder and the executive director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network (DBCFSN). DBCFSN operates D-Town Farm, a seven-acre farm in Detroit that grows more than 30 different fruits, vegetables and herbs. The organization is also spearheading the opening of the Detroit Food Commons and the Detroit People’s Food Co-op in Detroit’s North End. Yakini views the “good food revolution” as part of the larger movement for freedom, justice and equity. He...

Duration:00:58:15

iEat Green - Mary Mattingly- SWALE

10/25/2018
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​Mary Mattingly is a visual artist living and working in NYC. Most of her art is centered on environmental, food, and water related issues. One of her most recent projects is "Swale", a collaborative floating food forest for New York. Swale is dedicated to rethinking and challenging New York City's connection to our environment. Built on a 130-foot by 40-foot floating platform, Swale contains an edible forest garden open to the public. Functioning as both a sculpture and a tool, Swale...

Duration:00:54:53

iEat Green - Lacey Gaechter- Founder and President of Simple Foods & Center for a Livable Future Fellow at John Hopkins University - 10.18.18

10/18/2018
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Lacey Gaechter is the Development & Communications Manager for Waterkeepers Chesapeake as well as President and founder of Simple Foods, an organization whose mission is to promote a diet that is healthy for people, animals, and the planet. They use education, outreach, and advocacy to encourage action on a personal level, one individual at a time. She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Public Health degree in Environmental Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health -...

Duration:00:56:54

iEat Green - Mark Kastel- Founder of Cornucopia Institute - 10.11.18

10/11/2018
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Mark Kastel is co-founder of The Cornucopia Institute, a farm policy research group based in Wisconsin and acts as its Senior Farm Policy Analyst and Co-Director. He directs its Organic Integrity Project. For almost 20 years prior to Cornucopia’s launch he was president of M. A. Kastel and Associates, Inc. His professional practice included political consulting, lobbying on behalf of family farm groups, and business development work benefiting family-scale farmers. Mr. Kastel has played a...

Duration:00:57:14

iEat Green - Dana Cohen- Author of “Quench” - 10.04.18

10/4/2018
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Dana Cohen, MD, is a nationally renowned internal and integrative medicine specialist whose multi-disciplinary approach has helped treat thousands of patients using a variety of conventional and complementary therapies. In practice for nearly two decades, Cohen trained under the late Dr. Robert Atkins, author of the iconic, “Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution,” and Dr. Ronald L. Hoffman, a pioneer of integrative medicine and founder of the Hoffman Center in New York City. Cohen was certified...

Duration:00:57:31

iEat Green - Bryan Moran – Plentiful App - 09.27.18

9/27/2018
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Bryan is Plentiful’s Client Adoption Lead, with over five years experience in charitable food and homeless services. A Michigan native, Bryan moved to NYC to run the Coalition for the Homeless’ soup kitchen after a career in information technology and security. Bryan joined the Plentiful team in early 2017 after completing an M.S. in Nonprofit Management at The New School. Bryan was named one of Hunter Colleges's New York City Food Policy Center's 40 under 40 in 2018. As NYC Client...

Duration:00:57:53

iEat Green - Sam Fromartz FERN- Food and Environment Reporting Network - 09.24.18

9/24/2018
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Samuel Fromartz is Editor-in-Chief at FERN. He is a veteran journalist who focuses on the intersection of the environment, food and sustainable business. He began his career at Reuters news agency in the mid-1980s, working as a correspondent in Washington and as deputy editor for the Reuters Business Report in New York. Since leaving the news agency, his articles have appeared in Inc., Fortune, Business Week, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Atlantic magazine’s Life channel,...

Duration:00:58:54

iEat Green - Beth Fiteni- Founder of Green Inside & Out - 09.13.18

9/13/2018
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Beth Fiteni has a Masters Degree in Environmental Law from Vermont Law School, as well as twenty years of experience working in the environmental movement for non-profit organizations in DC and NY. Beth founded Green Inside and Out in 2011 and hosts a monthly radio show on WUSB Stony Brook University radio. She has worked at Renewable Energy Long Island, Sustainability Institute at Molloy College, and Beyond Pesticides, through which she coordinated educational programs, energy policy work...

Duration:00:57:56

iEat Green - Roger Bason- Founder of Atlantic Ocean Aquaculture - 09.06.18

9/6/2018
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Roger is the founder of Atlantic Ocean Aquaculture. He has extensive experience with ocean-based projects. Over the past 20 years, he has been involved in innovations in tidal and wave energy technology, site selection, field studies, permits and project development. He has led ocean research projects throughout the US and in the UK, Bermuda, Mexico, Russia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands. His experience includes work with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in the Galapagos...

Duration:00:59:39

iEat Green - Catherine Epstein- Author; The Divine Dining Method Founder of; Living Lotus Group

8/30/2018
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Catherine Epstein, founder of the Living Lotus Group, is an experienced guide and instructor in meditation and mindfulness practices as well as an author of The Divine Dining Method, Reiki Master of the Traditional USUI Method, Graduate Gemologist of the Gemological Institute of America (GG), and Certified Transformational Life Coach (CPC). Motivated by the desire to make a difference, Catherine’s purpose is to help others transform their lives: whether through her weekly meditations,...

Duration:00:56:44

iEat Green - Gwendolyn Hallsmith- Global Community Initiatives - 08.23.18

8/23/2018
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Gwendolyn Hallsmith, is the founder and Executive Director of Global Community Initiatives, a non-profit organization established in 2002 with the intention of working with communities to implement the Earth Charter, the first international document in human history to recognize the connections between respect and care for the whole community of life, ecological integrity, social and economic justice, democracy, non-violence, and peace. She is the author of several books and workbooks: The...

Duration:00:59:04

iEat Green - Adrienne Esposito- Citizen’s Campaign for the Environment - 08.16.18

8/16/2018
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Adrienne Esposito, Executive Director; Citizen’s Campaign for the Environment Adrienne holds a degree in Geology and Environmental Science from CW Post University. She is a co-founder and Executive Director of Citizens Campaign for the Environment and has been with the organization for 34 years. Adrienne is an outspoken advocate for protecting public health and our environment. She works with a wide variety of community members and crafts campaigns that engage members of the public to “Get...

Duration:00:58:54

iEat Green - Chef Marcus Guiliano – chef, green restaurateur & real food activist - 08.09.18

8/9/2018
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Chef Marcus Guiliano is an award-winning chef, green restaurateur & real food activist. Devoting his career to a whole food, whole life approach, Chef Marcus marries healthy food with ethically and socially responsible sustainable business practices. Marcus is a wine & craft beer expert specializing is small independent brands. Chef Marcus & Aroma Thyme has been featured on CNN, Dr OZ, New York Post, New York Times, TEDx Longdock, Best Chef's America, Sierra Club Magazine, Huffington Post,...

Duration:00:58:05

iEat Green - Matthew Prescott – Author of Food is the Solution - 08.02.18

8/2/2018
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Matthew Prescott is the author of Food Is the Solution: What to Eat to Save the World . He's an advisor to the Good Food Institute, Senior Director of Food & Agriculture for The Humane Society of the United States, and a leading figure in the global movement to reform how we farm and eat. A sought-after speaker and thought leader, Prescott has spent over a decade and a half sharing his ideas with Ivy League universities, Fortune 500 companies, consumers, and more. His work has helped lead to...

Duration:00:57:48

iEat Green - Robert Lee – Rescuing Leftover Cuisine - 07.26.18

7/26/2018
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Duration:00:56:40

iEat Green - Ryan Madden- Long Island Progressive Coalition - 07.19.18

7/19/2018
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Ryan Madden is a climate activist and the Sustainability Organizer for the Long Island Progressive Coalition. The Long Island Progressive Coalition is a grassroots organization dedicated to promoting sustainable development, revitalizing local communities, enhancing human dignity, creating effective democracy, and achieving economic, social and racial justice. Ryan has a BA in Political Science & Environmental Studies from SUNY Binghamton. He has experience working with civil society groups...

Duration:00:57:42

iEat Green - Debbie Hillman – Food, Farms, and Democracy Writer/Research - 07.12.18

7/12/2018
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Born in Chicago, Illinois, now living in Evanston, IL since 1976, Debbie began her career as a professional gardener for 25 years (ornamental design, installation, maintenance) and as a cabinet-making apprentice for 5 years. She is a steadfast community activist, having worked on neighborhood zoning; Complete Streets (pedestrian, bicycle, and public transportation), alternative energy (wind), hands-on education, local economies, civic engagement, and natural resource conservation (soil,...

Duration:00:57:45

iEat Green - Raquel Jacquez- Sylvia Center - 07.06.18

7/6/2018
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Raquel is the Communications and Partnerships Manager at The Sylvia Center, a NY- based nonprofit that is focused on nutrition education and youth development. Raquel was born and raised in the Central Valley of California. Growing up in the rural town of Bakersfield provided her with unique insight into various layers of our food system, including agri-business, farmworkers’ rights, and the challenges around food education in public schools -- particularly in lower-income, rural...

Duration:00:54:44