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Code Red Podcast

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In this episode we are delighted to chat with Dan Saladino, journalist, broadcaster and author of ‘Eating to Extinction”. His research examines how the current lack of food diversity is having a negative impact on the health of the planet, and on human health as well. He discusses the power of storytelling in helping us reform the broken food system of the present through the identification of successful food production and consumption stories from the past.


In this episode we also explore the role of art in mobilising climate action with Annie Fletcher, Director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) and hear about the importance of right intention in the successful delivery of climate action projects with artist Amelia Caulfield


Host: Dr. Dave Robbins, School of Communications DCU


Guest Interviewer: Pat Brereton, Professor Emeritus at DCU


Guests: Annie Fletcher, Director of the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)


Dan Saladino, journalist, writer and broadcaster. Author of ‘Eating to Extinction’


Amelia Caulfield, multidisciplinary socially engaged artist from Kilkenny.


This episode was recorded at IMMA during the Earth Rising Festival 2023

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