How changing what’s on your plate can help heal the planet.
The planet is in peril, and we cannot restore it without transforming our food system.
According to World Wide Fund for Nature, what we eat has changed the planet:
Across the globe forests have been devastated to make space to rear cattle and to grow crops to feed livestock, while our oceans become barren as they are trawled and overfished. Food production is not only the greatest driver of wildlife loss, it contributes to climate change: about a quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions are associated with food.
What We Feed explains children how we can all make little changes to our diet to help us eat healthily and sustainably, in a way which is good both for both us and for the environment.
Nature gives us the food we eat, the water we drink, the air that fills our lungs. Nature provides, let us give back, taking care of how do we feed.
What We Feed
Written and illustrated by Patricia Geis
18.5 x 28 cm | 48 pages | Hardback with diecuts | Ages 5 +
Publication: February 2022
Graphic designer, an illustrator, and the author of children books.
Among the prices she’s been awarded, highlight the Visual Design Books (2009), the “À l’abord l’art’ lounge juvenile book of Montreuil (2010), the Honor Roll of the White Ravens (2011) and Junceda (2015), all for your celebrated collection of children’s books about art ‘What an Artist! What a Craft!“, Little Cat and Bath Time Classics series (Combel).
For further information: Patricia Geis, guest speaker at Shanghai 2019 CCBF