This website, a project of the University of California Office of the President’s Global Food Initiative, offers a toolkit of curated practical online resources to guide higher education institutions and other educational and community organizations, who work with pre-K-12 schools, to support student access to healthy and sustainable food.
Click here to take a look at a research guide put together by UCLA Librarian Julie Kwan to find out more about some of the recommendations, data/research, and organizations associated with the EatWell pod!
Want to know more about climate change, how it affects us, and what the UCLA Health System is doing about it? Read this article by Dr. Dana Hunnes, Senior Dietitian at the Ronald Reagan-UCLA Medical Center for more information, including the answers to these questions!
The UC Global Food Initiative
Learn about what the UC is doing to addresses one of the critical issues of our time: How to sustainably and nutritiously feed a world population expected to reach eight billion by 2025.
Learn the basics of how you can eat in a way that protects our planet in this guide and recipe blog created by Dr. Jennifer Jay, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UCLA. Plus, read up about food and other topics on the Green Living Guide provided by UCLA Sustainability.
Learn about Food Waste
The average two-person household spends $68 per week on food that never gets eaten! Wondering what you can do to save money and protect the environment against food waste? Check out our newest infographic!
Our Favorite Food Films
Check out here, a list curated by the EatWell pod. It includes our favorite food documentaries, video clips, and films by UCLA students.