"World on Edge details the vice closing around us: a quadruple squeeze of global warming and shortages in food, water and energy. Then it explains the path out—and how little time we have left to take that path. Got anything more important to read than that?" —Peter Goldmark, former head of the Port authority of New York and New Jersey, President of the Rockefeller Foundation, and CEO of the International Herald Tribune
EPI's Director of Research Janet Larsen was interviewed for a Forbes article entitled "How Increased Meat Consumption In China Changes Landscapes Across The Globe." “Dramatic meat consumption in China is responsible for reshaping landscapes in the western hemisphere,” said Larsen. It is also affecting the health and well being of communities across the globe in ways we have not thought of before. Get the full article here.