ATLANTA, September 28, 2022 - Educated Choices Program (ECP) is thrilled to announce that its free educational presentations are now offered in Spanish. These impactful educational materials have reached over 2.5 million viewers worldwide, with more than 50% of viewers reporting their intent to make positive changes in their diets. This latest program expansion will allow ECP to reach the nearly 500 million Spanish-speaking individuals in North America, Latin America, and across the globe with critical knowledge about the impacts their food choices have on their health, the planet, and everyone on it.
ECP CEO and founder, Lorena Mucke, a Bolivia native who spent years living in Argentina is particularly excited about the news. “It fills me with pride knowing that this vital information can now reach Spanish-speaking communities throughout the United States, Latin America, and the world. Our organization recognizes that education is crucial to empower current and future consumers and leaders to help create a healthier, more sustainable food system for all,” she said.
Educated Choices Program currently offers presentations in English, German, and now Spanish with unbiased information and statistics from scientific, reputable organizations about the effects common food choices have on the health of the planet and everyone on it. Spanish-speaking viewers ages 12 and up can now book “The Environment and Modern Agriculture” presentation and explore the links between food production and environmental issues such as deforestation, water pollution, and ocean depletion. This presentation is the first of several Spanish services and is accompanied by educational materials including lesson plans, quizzes, and follow-up resources.
Visit www.ecprogram.org/es to book your free presentation today.
About Educated Choices Program
Educated Choices Program is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and international organization providing science-based education about the impact of food choices, empowering current and future consumers and leaders to help create a healthier, more sustainable food system for all. Their services are provided for free to the public including schools, colleges, and community organizations.
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More information: www.ecprogram.org