Eating Animals - by Jonathan Safran Foer[Reading report] by Ingrid Colonna

2012-12-01

The author graduated from ESCP-Europe in 2012 and was part of the "Alternative Management" third year program in HEC in 2011-2012. She has developed an interest in sustainable development issues and in corporate social responsibility

Where does our food come from? Should we eat animals? Does our food reflect who we are? Jonathan Safran Foer marries his own experience and a deep study into the battery farming system to help us answer these questions, leading us to a critic of our society.

Quote article  Ingrid Colonna, « Eating Animals - by Jonathan Safran Foer », 01 december 2012, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Reading report]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/281.sls

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