Join us in learning about UK/USA responses to food insecurity, with two speakers sharing their research into the impact of food charity on how society responds to hunger and poverty (details of speakers below). There will be light refreshments and time for Q+A discussion.
by Mustafa Hasanov, Imogen Bellwood Howard & Rebecca Sandover Imagine the following: Tuesday evening, moody Welsh weather, plates on the table are… Read more Report on FGWG Writing retreat in Bangor (Gwynedd)
This blogpost is a result of a writing exercise I set myself where I took some aspects of my thesis… Read more PFat™ Futures
June 5th is Wolrd Environment Day. For the occasion, we are featuring #WorldEnvironmentDay specials on our blog in order to raise awareness on the role of food in environmental thinking in dedicated blog posts. In this blog post, we share insights from prof. Stewart Barr (University of Exeter) during the ‘Feeding Exeter’ workshop on April 22nd, 2017 and organized by Exeter Food Network (EFN).
Juen 5th is Wolrd Environment Day. For the occasion, we are featuring #WorldEnvironmentDay specials on our blog in order to raise awareness… Read more ‘Why SURPLUS food is important’ #WorldEnvironmentDay special
The Food Research Collaboration has published a new briefing paper on ‘Using the Arts for Food Research and Dialogue’. The… Read more Using the Arts for Food Research and Dialogue – New briefing paper
Sustainable Food Systems: The Role of the City Robert Biel Download free: https://goo.gl/oEC8NS Faced with a global threat to food… Read more New Open Access Book: Sustainable Food Systems: The Role of the City
LinkedIn group called “China’s Changing Food System” to promote more awareness and discussion about food system sustainability issues in China.… Read more China’s Changing Food System
From: http://www.ipes-food.org/ The International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems, IPES-Food, is a new initiative aimed at informing the… Read more IPES-Food: 10 Principles to guide the transition to Sustainable Food Systems
By Charlie Spring, University of Salford The term ‘symposium’ has perhaps been dried of its historical drenching in the conviviality… Read more Thinking and Handling Food Waste: notes and impressions on the Food Matters Symposium at West Ide Farm