KQED Forum: Michael Pollan

| April 28, 2009 | 1 Comment
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Michael Pollan joins KQED Forum to talk food politics. Find out how he views President Obama’s first 100 days in office, and how the food industry is reacting to calls for simpler ingredients. Plus, Pollan wants to know, what food rules do you live by? Michael Pollan’s most recent book is “In Defense of Food: an Eater’s Manifesto.”

Host: Michael Krasny

Guest: Michael Pollan, journalism professor at UC Berkeley and author of books including “In Defense of Food” and “The Omnivore’s Dilemma”

Explore and buy Michael Pollan’s books on amazon.com
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Michael Pollan’s website: www.michaelpollan.com
Michael Pollan’s Salon article Obama’s 100-day report card

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  • rebecca

    Some important work – - – but g. m. crops being PROMOTED is pretty frightening!
    Round Up is essentially the same as the same as the agent orange we dumped on Viet Nam. With so many people needing work – weeds can actually be pulled (Wait till the ground is wet and weeds are a little bigger – they pop right out!
    I’ve done it myself over several acres.) Poison on food crops still get into the food chain, the environment — Biodiversity as nature intended is the way to go – NOT mono-cropping as Monsanto etc. promote.

    Is Brown being paid by the corporations ? Monsanto?
    I have spent ten years in India. I suggest you go back and look very carefully at this issue.