Climate Party!

A Guide to Saving the Planet, and Your Health, One Bite at a Time

Including 68 Whole Food Recipes and 11 Party Plans Inspired by World Cuisine

Foreword by Moby

IN THE NEWS: State College woman plans ‘sassy party guide’ to spread the word about nutrition and climate

My dear friend Stacey sent me regional spices inspired by each chapter of the Climate Party! book – the most thoughtful birthday gift ever!

As a nutritionist married to a noted climate scientist, the personal solution to global warming is clear: the answer is staring at us from our plates! It’s the Food!

We’ll Keep You Posted About the Book Launch Here

SD Party Poster - Webster's Bookstore
Climate Party! Poster – Webster’s Bookstore!

Get ready to change the daunting conversation over climate change into FUN, with solutions to curb your personal planet impact through your own habits, largely the food you eat. We’ll serve up cuisine from regions around the world, with a savory side of  better health, and an optional dessert of weight management!  Warning – you may get in some unintended planet science, not even on the menu!

Watch for Kathy’s upcoming book, Climate Party! It’s the sustainable diet party guide for great food, fun with friends, and saving the planet at the same time!

L.A. Diner!

My first beautiful plate that closes Chapter 1 of the book, artfully prep

ared and photographed by MariaYoungPhotography.

  • All American Bean-Burger
  • Baked Fries
  • Vanilla Cashew Shake
  • Black Bean Brownie

Get the recipes by clicking on the SIGN-UP button here or above-right!

Rising Seas

Here’s a fascinating website, Geology.com, with stark visualizations of potential sea-level rise around big cities. You can explore the world with their interactive maps! We’re using them as models in the upcoming Climate Party! book – each chapter will open with a map, and another stunning visual to whet your appetite for saving the planet. Stay tuned!

Professor Hockey Stick

Check out this article about Professor Michael Mann and the reaction he got from his published “hockey stick” graph indicating how our planet has warmed since the Industrial Revolution. His story and research is featured in the upcoming