Food Values Tuscany | Chef Dominique Crenn Makes The Food-Climate Connection
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Chef Dominique Crenn Makes The Food-Climate Connection

Chef Dominique Crenn Makes The Food-Climate Connection

Dominique Crenn, in English with the charming accent of her native France, took the stage at the Forbes Women’s Summit to draw the connection between food and climate change. Known as the first female chef in the U.S. to garner two Michelin stars – in 2013, for her wizardry at her San Francisco restaurant Atelier Crenn ­– Crenn is perhaps less recognized for her passion for social justice. But she speaks forcefully and convincingly about the connection between what is happening to the planet and what is happening on our farms and tables.

Article taken from Forbes