Sponsored Sessions at RGS-IBG 2018 Annual International Conference

RGS-IBG has published the provisional programme for the 2018 Annual International Conference that will take place between 28-31 Aug 2018 at Cardiff University. Check here for all sessions sponsored by us!

We encourage all delegates to check their session information carefully and to let us know of any corrections to session and paper titles and abstracts or author details by Friday 22 June 2018. Please send these to ac2018@rgs.org. We will finalise the programme at the end of June, with the final programme published in early July.

Find out more about programme highlights and our pre-conference workshops. Registration is now open, and information about planning your attendance at the conference is available here. If you have any questions please contact the conference organisers.

Here is a list of all the sessions and the pre-conference event sponsored by the Food Geographies Working Group.

Tuesday 28 Aug 2018

Planning Change in the City: food futures (Morning sessions)
Tuesday Morning (10:00-13:00) 
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Planning Change in the City: food futures (afternoon sessions)
Tuesday Afternoon (13:00-17:30) 
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Wednesday 29 Aug 2018

Thinking through connections: telecoupled transformations of food and energy systems (1): Thinking through connections in food geography
Wednesday Session 1 (09:00-10:40) Click for session details

Thinking through connections: telecoupled transformations of food and energy systems (2): Thinking through connections in food and energy geography
Wednesday Session 2 (11:10-12:50) Click for session details

Food & drink heritage, rural tradition or novelty? Challenges for responsible development (1): Provisioning and Sourcing
Wednesday Session 1 (09:00-10:40) Click for session details 
Food & drink heritage, rural tradition or novelty? Challenges for responsible development (2): Food and Drink Collectives
Wednesday Session 2 (11:10-12:50) 
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UnCultivated Landscapes of Consumption (1)
Wednesday Session 3 (14:40-16:20) 
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UnCultivated Landscapes of Consumption (2)
Wednesday Session 4 (16:50-18:30) 
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Sustainable Food in Public Catering (1)
Wednesday Session 3 (14:40-16:20) Click for session details
Sustainable Food in Public Catering (2)
Wednesday Session 4 (16:50-18:30) Click for session details

Food Geographies Working Group AGM
Wednesday Evening (18:45-20:00) Click for session details

Thursday 30 Aug 2018

Critical reflections on the changing landscapes of food waste (1)
Thursday Session 1 (09:00-10:40) 
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Critical reflections on the changing landscapes of food waste (2)
Thursday Session 2 (11:10-12:50) 
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Community self-organisation and landscapes of food justice and sustainability (1): Emerging conceptual challenges 
Thursday Session 3 (14:40-16:20) Click for session details
Community self-organisation and landscapes of food justice and sustainability (2): Participation and action
Thursday Session 4 (16:50-18:30) Click for session details

Friday 31 Aug 2018

The socio-technical culture of the food supply chain: trade-offs and ambiguity
Friday Session 1 (09:00-10:40) 
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What might an ‘alternative’, agroecological post-Brexit foodscape look like? Exploring opportunities, challenges, evidence and ambition
Friday Session 2 (11:10-12:50) 
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Edible Urban Landscapes: Critical perspectives (1)
Friday Session 3 (14:40-16:20)  Click for session details
Edible Urban Landscapes: Critical perspectives (2)
Friday Session 4 (16:50-18:30) Click for session details

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