20 February 2020
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
From £8.00 per person
Hungry to know how you can eat more sustainably? Curious about the future of the food on our plates?
Our expert panel will look at food security and the potential role of new technology, as well as how we can be more mindful of seasonality, production processes, consumption and waste.
Professor Peter Jackson is the Co-Director of the University of Sheffield Institute for Sustainable Food. Peter's research focuses on commodity culture and the geography of consumption with a particular interest in food.
Professor Chad Staddon is Professor of Resource Economics and Policy at the University of the West of England, and his work focusses on water sustainability and security, demand management, and hydrosocial cycle.
Carolyn Steel is an architect, lecturer and writer. Her chief interest is in exploring the inner lives of cities, and her work has focused on what it takes to feed a city and how food has shaped cities.
Tristram Stuart is an award-winning author, campaigner and expert on the environmental and social impacts of food. The environmental campaigning organisation he founded, Feedback, has spread its work into dozens of countries worldwide to change society's attitude towards wasting food.
Chaired by BBC journalist, Martine Croxall.
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