Festival Albertine: What We Eat, and How We Grow It, May Need to Change

From France’s attempt to increase carbon in the soil to great chefs working to make their menus responsible, how can this most basic of all human actions help in the climate fight?

With Perrine Hervé-Gruyer, Raj Patel, and Matthew Raiford. Moderated by Bill McKibben.

Watch Festival Albertine: What We Eat, and How We Grow It, May Need to Change LIVE right here on Sat, Nov 9 at 7PM EST


Festival Albertine 2019, curated by environmentalist and author Bill McKibben, will take on climate change. For three days, leading thinkers, politicians, activists, artists, and authors will come together to discuss the urgency to act, environmental justice, local policy, the food we eat and produce, and how to motivate people to change their ways.

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Albertine
972 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10075

Albertine is accessible by subway (4, 5, 6 trains at 86th Street and 6 train at 77th Street) and by bus (M79, M1, M2, M3, M4).

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Monday-Saturday
11AM-7PM
Sunday 11AM-6PM