Harvest for Hope



From World Renowned Scientist Jane Goodall, As Seen In The New National Geographic Documentary Jane, Comes A Provocative Look Into The Ways We Can Positively Impact The World By Changing Our Eating Habits One Of Those Rare, Truly Great Books That Can Change The World John Robbins, Author Of The Food RevolutionThe Renowned Scientist Who Fundamentally Changed The Way We View Primates And Our Relationship With The Animal Kingdom Now Turns Her Attention To An Incredibly Important And Deeply Personal Issue Taking A Stand For A Sustainable World In This Provocative And Encouraging Book, Jane Goodall Sounds A Clarion Call To Western Society, Urging Us To Take A Hard Look At The Food We Produce And Consume And Showing Us How Easy It Is To Create Positive Change.Offering Her Hopeful, But Stirring Vision, Goodall Argues Convincingly That Each Individual Can Make A Difference She Offers Simple Strategies Each Of Us Can Employ To Foster A Sustainable Society Brilliant, Empowering, And Irrepressibly Optimistic, HARVEST FOR HOPE Is One Of The Most Crucial Works Of Our Age If We Follow Goodall S Sound Advice, We Just Might Save Ourselves Before It S Too Late.Harvest for Hope

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  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • Harvest for Hope
  • Jane Goodall
  • English
  • 24 July 2017
  • 0446698210

10 thoughts on “Harvest for Hope

  1. says:

    A different kind of review today this book hit home To my little brother, You were right You were right and I owe you an apology for offering argument based on my own discomfort and cognitive dissonance rather than on the facts I ve spent a long time an unjustifiably long time, probably trying to excuse my lifestyle to convince myself that the things I do are sustainable and ethical when they re actually muchdestructive than I d like to admit For a lot of people, I think, it s almo A different kind of review today this book hit home To my little brother, You were right You were right and I owe you an apology for offering argument based on my own discomfort and cognitive dissonance rather than on the facts I ve spent a long time an unjustifiably long time, prob...

  2. says:

    First, I have a tremendous amount of respect for Jane Goodall I have seen her lecture three times and have met her personally while working on behavioral research projects She is inspirational and someone that I greatly admire.What I liked about this book, was it has a lot of common sense Goodall is a vegetarian, but she does not expect people to give up eating meat She explains the reality of today s corporate farms and harvesting methods It s not so much that big business is bad, but it i First, I have a tremendous amount of respect for Jane Goodall I have seen her lecture three times and have met her personally while working on behavioral research projects She is inspirational and someone that I greatly admire.What I liked about this book, was it has a lot of common sense Goodall is a vegetarian, but she does not expect people to give up eating meat She explains the reality of today s corporate farms and harvesting methods It s not so much that big business is bad, but it is kind of scary that so few people control our food and water supply Food and water are big business and sometimes making money gets in the way of the greater good Goodall is not an expert on food However, this book is well researched and when she doesn t have support to back her up, she admits it The style is a bit informal, which I liked She gives logic...

  3. says:

    I fully expected to encounter a preachy Goodall telling me that I was a murderer, carcass eater, and all the other niceties that vegetarians seem to call people who eat meat But Goodall is smarter than the average vegetarian She understands that people are different and that being preachy and judgmental isn t the way to save the world.Instead, Goodall lays out the facts, bit by bit, and leaves it up to you to decide what to do The facts are many and they are scary I found myself unconsciousl I fully expected to encounter a preachy Goodall telling me that I was a murderer, carcass eater, and all the other niceties that vegetarians seem to call people who eat meat But Goodall is smarter than the average v...

  4. says:

    I found Harvest for Hope to be well intentioned with a marked lack of rigorous thought about the real issues facing the planet and feeding the nearly 7 billion humans in it.Goodall her ghost writers discuss the increasing degradation of the environment from farming She both talks about desertification from traditional societies cutting forests for farms, the toxic byproducts of industrial farming, and the destruction of wild habitats These are serious problems and anyone who loves our pl I found Harvest for Hope to be well intentioned with a marked lack of rigorous thought about the real issues facing the planet and feeding the nearly 7 billion humans in it.Goodall her ghost writers discuss the increasing degradation of the environment from farming She both talks about desertification from traditional societies cutting forests for farms, the toxic byproducts of industrial farming, and the destruction of wild habitats These are serious problems and anyone who loves our planet should be concerned about them However, Goodall never discusses problems in any depth This is a call to individual action She concludes with, Remember, every food purchase is a vote Our purchases, our votes, will determine the way ahead And thousands upon thousands of votes are needed in favor of the kind of farming practices that will restore health to our planet Frankly, this sounds like it s straight out of Whole Foods marketing department a m...

  5. says:

    This book is a nice introduction for someone who knows nothing or very little about the current crisis surrounding food production, the modern American diet, and the environment If this is a topic you know a lot about like myself you will probably be very bored Some of her anecdotes are nice, and again, for a sustainable ag newbie Goodall s voice will help hold your interest amongst all the heavy hitting facts There were some things I new little about, which were the issues surrounding our This book is a nice introduction for someone who knows nothing or very little about the current crisis surrounding food production, the modern American diet, and the environment...

  6. says:

    A little disappointing I admire her integrity and her choices, but didn t feel that she was enough of an authority on the topic to write a complete text I would have likeddepth, less breadth and personal anecdotes.

  7. says:

    Let me start by saying that I m a big fan of Jane Goodall I like what I know of her scientific work, I am in line with her advocacy, and she seems like a pretty cool person overall And of course, if you liked that disclaimer, you re probably not going to like the rest of this review Because I was quite disappointed in this book.It s pure advocacy, of course, which isn t necessarily a deal breaker for me though it is an obstacle But it s not a very robust work, at all My major complaint, a Let me start by saying that I m a big fan of Jane Goodall I like what I know of her scientific work, I am in line with her advocacy, and she seems like a pretty cool person overall And of course, if you liked that disclaimer, you re probably not going to like the rest of this review Because I was quite disappointed in this book.It s pure advocacy, of course, which isn t necessarily a deal breaker for me though it is an obstacle But it s not a very robust work, at all My major complaint, and I can t believe I m about to say this, is her truly shoddy use of science Again and again, she makes sweeping claims that lean very heavily on scant evidence Besides which, that evidence is either poorly laid out or obviously faulty She cites certain claims that I know to be problematic, and she isn t just citing them in passing, or as ...

  8. says:

    Es un libro que nos desvela, con tanto rigor como pasi n y vitalidad, los lazos estrech simos que unen la comida y el medioambiente, nuestra compra semanal con el desarrollo, con la vida, con la salud, con la ecolog a, con la biodiversidad, con las culturas y con la organizaci n de las personas y de los grupos en la lucha por un mundo mejor para todos Aunque sus apuestas vegetarianistas a m me resulte un tanto excesivas, el conjunto es muy interesantes y nos ayuda mucho a relacionar lo que Es un libro que nos desvela, con tanto rigor como pasi n y vitalidad, los lazos estrech simos que unen ...

  9. says:

    Being a person who raises poultry on the grass, naturally with no added growth stimulants, hormones or chemical help, I try to read any book that promotes this way of raising animals and also tries to educate the public in general.While Ms Goodall s book is good, it also covers territory that has been written about in several other books If you re just beginning to learn about how major CAFO s and corporations are running rui...

  10. says:

    Contains some good information I just wish that Jane would advocate for a vegan lifestyle.

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