KFPL, Earthsave offer insightful session on sustainable eating

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In today’s world, every bite carries weight beyond its flavour. Earthsave, a charitable organization, is partnering with Kingston Frontenac Public Library (KFPL) to “connect the dots between food choices and environmental impact,” according to a release from the library.

A Plant-Powered Planet is happening at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 18, 2023, at the Central Branch. KFPL said that during the session, Earthsave will discuss the intersection of animal welfare, ecosystem health, and climate resilience.

“A Plant-Powered Planet reminds us that each meal is an opportunity to make a positive impact. Individual food choices may feel like small decisions, but across a community, have an effect that impacts the well-being of everyone,” said Jake Miller, Adult Programming Librarian with KFPL.

“KFPL’s partnership with Earthsave underscores the Library’s commitment to promoting sustainable living and environmental responsibility,” Miller added.

Registration is required for the one-hour event and can be completed at https://calendar.kfpl.ca/event/8997404.

Earthsave is a registered charity advocating for a plant-based diet for environmental sustainability, better health, and compassion toward animals. To learn more about the organization, visit www.earthsave.ca

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