Well, friends, as of last night uni is over for another semester. And I have to admit that despite my passion for food/ environment issues, I will happily avoid any literature on food deserts for at least a month. Guys, that stuff is crazy. The more I read, the more confused I get. There is so much uncertainty, so much controversy and so much contradiction that by the time I submitted my paper I’d just about turned myself inside out. It’s definitely something I’d like to delve into further though – just give me a few weeks breathing space!
Today, I thought I’d share a video that I watched last night. My friend Rodrigo linked to it on Facebook and I started watching it thinking that it was just an exceptionally well-filmed nature documentary. It wasn’t.
It is definitely worth watching, and I think that it’s really important that lots of people do see it. But please also be warned that it is pretty harrowing and I did sit at my desk in tears for a while (yes, I’m a sook about some things).
Please think about donating to his Kickstarter. And also, let me know what you think.
(On a side note, I should be much more consistent with blogging for a while. I won’t have uni again until early August and I have also just started a new job – hence the limited free time that I have won’t be absorbed by job applications – at least not for a while I hope! I hope you’ll come back to join me again!)