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Food Climate Research Network announces new Advisory Board membreship

last modified Feb 14, 2014 02:37 PM

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The Food Climate Research Network,  based at the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford, has announced their new Advisory Board membership today:

  • Dr Mark Barthel, Waste & Resources Action Programme WRAP
  • Professor Tim Benton, University of Leeds &  Global Food Security programme
  • Phil Bloomer, Business and Human Rights Centre
  • Dan Crossley, Food Ethics Council
  • Kath Dalmeny, Sustain
  • Sue Dibb, Eating Better
  • Professor Charles Godfray, Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Food
  • Vicki Hird, Friends of the Earth
  • Dr John Ingram, Environmental Change Institute at University of Oxford
  • Dr Mike Rayner,  British Heart Foundation Health Promotion Research Group
  • Dr Adrian Williams,  Environmental Science and Technology Department at Cranfield University
  • Duncan Williamson, World Wildlife Foundation WWF UK
  • Jon Woolven, IGD

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