At The Intersection Of Climate Change, Food and Race

At The Intersection Of Climate Change, Food and Race
In this Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019, photo, Kamau Rashid works in his garden in the South Chicago Farm on Chicago's South Side. Living in a neighborhood with little access to healthy foods, so-called food deserts, they set out to fight what they called "food apartheid." Amr Alfiky / AP Photo
At The Intersection Of Climate Change, Food and Race
In this Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019, photo, Kamau Rashid works in his garden in the South Chicago Farm on Chicago's South Side. Living in a neighborhood with little access to healthy foods, so-called food deserts, they set out to fight what they called "food apartheid." Amr Alfiky / AP Photo

At The Intersection Of Climate Change, Food and Race

Race is often a determination of what we eat, and what we eat affects climate change. At least according to University of Illinois researcher Joe Bozeman III.

Reset sits down with the researcher for more on his study, which breaks down diet by racial groups to see which groups may be affecting climate change the most.

GUEST: Joe Bozeman III, researcher at Institute of Environmental Science and Policy at UIC