Eleanor Boyle is an educator and writer on food and health. Based in Vancouver, Canada, she holds university degrees in psychology (BA), neuroscience (PhD), and food policy (MSc). A long-time journalist, Eleanor has been a reporter for television and for the Vancouver Sun, Toronto Star, and Montreal Gazette. She taught college and university courses for more than a decade.
Author of the book High Steaks: Why and How to Eat Less Meat (New Society, 2012), Eleanor believes we can eat in ways that are good for health and the environment, and that we as societies can make the wider social changes needed for better food systems.
Eleanor welcomes discussion, and can be reached at [email protected]