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Cambridge Global Food Security

An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

An event for anyone interested in sustainable diets, whether you're a seasoned vegan or an ambivalent omnivore!

Join our free event to ask our panel of experts how to eat more sustainably and hear their top tips for a diet that's kinder to the planet.

Chair: Dr Giles Yeo, of BBC2’s Trust Me I’m a Doctor and author of 'Why Calories Don't Count'.


Dr Sarah Bridle, author of 'Food and Climate Change - Without the Hot Air' and subject of BBC radio 4's The Life Scientific.

Alex Rushmer of Vanderlyle Restaurant in Cambridge.

Dr Emma Garnett, Prince of Wales Junior Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge.

Alex Collis, Cambridge City Council Executive Councillor for Open Spaces, Sustainable Food and Community Wellbeing

Dr Jason O’Rourke, Head of Washingborough Academy in Lincolnshire, co-founder of Taste-Ed and member of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on School Food.

Please take this very short survey to tell us your views sustainable diets and send the panel your questions in advance.

For more information on sustainable eating, ways to connect with the local food community and other events please visit Cambridge Sustainable Food’s website.

This Cambridge Zero Climate Change Festival 2021 event is organised by Cambridge Sustainable Food and the University of Cambridge Global Food Security IRC. It is part of EIT Food's Annual Food Agenda project funded by the EU.

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Twitter: @FoodCambridge @GlobalFood_Camb #AnnualFoodAgenda
Facebook: @cambridgefood @CambridgeGlobalFoodSecurity
Instagram: @cambridgesustainablefood


Main image: design by Pageworks.

Wednesday, 20 October, 2021 - 18:00