Countering climate change starts in your kitchen

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Sign up for this webinar to learn the basics of low-carbon cooking and how you can help tackle the climate crisis.

The climate change crisis affects all of us, but it is the poorest among us who suffer the most. There are so many ways we can tackle the climate crisis together, and some that are simple enough to do right from your home.

We invite you to join us for a cooking demonstration with Oxfam Sisters on the Planet Ambassador and author of The Low-Carbon Cookbook, Alejandra Schrader, and learn how you can be part of the solution in your kitchen.

On Wednesday, July 21 at 8:00 p.m. ET/ 5:00 p.m. PT, you're invited to Low-Carbon Cooking with Chef Alejandra Schrader. Chef Schrader will be joined by Ken Concepcion, co-owner of cookbook shop Now Serving, and Laurel Pegorsch, climate change policy advisor at Oxfam.

During the 45-minute conversation, you will:

  • Learn how climate change has affected global food systems
  • Follow along as Chef Schrader prepares some delicious low-carbon recipes that you can make at home, such as mango and ginger gazpacho, amaranth tabbouleh, and papaya poke stack
  • Discuss how Oxfam and our partners are fighting the root causes and impacts of climate change

If you have specific questions for our guests, please let us know when you register. Can’t join us for the live call? Follow the registration link to request a recording of the conversation afterwards.

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