The food we eat is responsible for one quarter of all greenhouse gas emissions produced by humans.
Food system activities, including growing, transporting, packaging and disposal, have significant climate impacts.
How can we connect and communicate food and climate change in order to influence producers and policymakers? Whose role is it to empower consumers to make informed decisions?
At this lecture organised by IFSTAL, join two leading food system experts – Professor Sarah Bridle of the University of Manchester, and Dan Crossley of Food Ethics Council – as they delve into the issues around engaging people on the climate change impacts of food.
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