Continuing Education

New England Dairy brings together food, nutrition and health professionals to discuss how dairy foods are part of nourishing people and communities, while also being mindful of the planet.

Environmental Impact of Food: Making Sense of Conflicting Data with Robin White, PhD

Tuesday November 10, 2020 at 2pm EST

Conflicting information about the environmental impact of foods makes selecting environmentally conscious diets challenging. In this webinar, we will tackle some of these conflicts head-on and explain how they come about, how to interpret conflicting data, and what techniques can be employed for selecting environmentally conscious diets that are also balanced and healthy.

Objectives:

  1. Identify conflicting data about environmental impacts of food
  2. Evaluate how data presentation and generation influence interpretation
  3. Explain pros and cons of food types from an environmental point of view

Approved for 1.0 hour CPE from the Commission on Dietetic Registration.

This webinar is funded in part by the Connecticut Milk Promotion Board

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Virtual Farm Tour for Health and Wellness Professionals

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Plant-Based Diets for Children: Potential Promises & Pitfalls with Jill Castle MS, RDN

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