EcoCiv Podcast: Episode 9 – Karyn Bigelow
Jeremy Fackenthal talks with Karyn Bigelow, who is a research analyst at the non-profit organization, Bread for the World. As you will hear in their conversation, Karyn is passionate about issues relating to food justice, and she is currently looking at the ways in which climate change impacts food security and nutrition. They also talk about the importance of taking long-term approaches to food assistance, how climate change disproportionately impacts women and children, the potential role of religion in creating more sustainable and just societies, how her personal faith motivates her work, and where she sees hope for the future of food security.
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Music Credit: “lax” by Fascinating Earthbound Objects