JOINING THE FOOD GEOGRAPHIES WORKING GROUP (FGWG) Thanks to all who attended our AGM at The Royal Geographical Society (with… Read more How to Join Food Geographies Working Group (RGS-IBG)
UCL Press is delighted to announce the publication of a brand new open access book that may be of interest… Read more New Open Access Book! “Sustainable Food Systems: The Role of the City”
This blogpost is a result of a writing exercise I set myself where I took some aspects of my thesis… Read more PFat™ Futures
This special issue calls into question: How is learning about/of food relevant to transformative ethical practice? How might we approach… Read more CALL FOR PAPERS – SPECIAL ISSUE: Eating in the Anthropocene: Learning the practice and ethics of food politics
The FGWG is pleased to offer a 1st place Undergraduate Dissertation Prize of £ 100 and a 2nd place of £ 50. The prize is open to any currently registered undergraduate student at a UK university and will be awarded to the dissertations that exhibit the best overall contributions to the wide range of issues relating to Food Geographies.
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 systems of the globe are undergoing upheaval as are the natural and political systems of the planet that… Read more Workshop: ‘Food, Justice and Food Justice for All’, University of Birmingham at Edgbaston.
The Baltic Studies Centre, in cooperation with the Latvian Academy of Culture, is organising the scientific and practical conference “Alternative food supply networks in Central and Eastern Europe: Towards new grounds for interpretation and collaboration”. The conference will be held in Riga, Latvia, on 13-14 October 2017. The organisers invite researchers and practitioners to submit papers exploring the diversity of food practices in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
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The 8th AESOP “Sustainable Food Planning” conference will be hosted by the Centre for Agroecology, Water…