The Cool Foods Campaign - a project of the Center for Food Safety and the CornerStone Campaign - makes the connections between the foods we eat and their contribution to global warming. The Campaign aims to educate the public about the impact of their food choices across the entire food system and empower them with the resources to reduce this impact. We are dedicated to supporting small-scale organic and local farmers as a solution to combating climate change and providing cool foods to our country. In addition, Cool Foods has partnered with schools, food co-ops, university campuses, restaurants, and other business that are committed to these issues to build a coalition of individuals and organizations looking to work together to reduce their contributions to global warming.
(This listing was last updated on Mar 20, 2009)
660 Pennsylvania Ave SE Ste. 302
Washington, DC 20003
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Slow Food USA ()
The Cool Foods Campaign hopes to inspire a groundswell of people committed to making sustainable food choices to reduce their "FoodPrint". Our campaign seeks solutions to the problem of global warming, and focuses on agricultural practices and food choices that can reduce and reverse this trend. We connect consumers with organic, local and seasonal food resources and provide information on "Cool Food" choices. Together we can create changes in our food system and help stop global warming.