Food Talks: How food can save the world
#FOODTALKS: How food can save the world
Join us on Tuesday 30th June 2020 (5.00-6.30pm) for Food Talks, where we’ll explore how we can all tackle the climate crisis through the lens of food.
This is part of our 2020 #FoodTalks series, which has an overarching theme this year of ‘We are all emergency respondents now’. We will discover how we can transform our food systems to tackle the climate, nature, obesity and democracy emergencies.
Carolyn Steel, in conversation with our moderator, will be sharing insights from her brand new book ‘Sitopia: How Food Can Save the World’. Carolyn also wrote ‘Hungry City’ and is a leading authority on food, cities and transformative change. In addition, we will hear stories of people taking positive climate action on the ground (to be announced soon). Crucially, there will also be an opportunity for you to get involved in the discussion about how we can all be emergency respondents now.
#FoodTalks is brought to you by a partnership of the Food Ethics Council, Impact Hub Kings Cross, Organico, and London Food Link, part of Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming.
There is an optional donation to this event. This will help us cover our costs and time for the event, but we still want to be accessible to everyone, so only give if you can!