Free Webinar – Sustainable Food Systems (Fully booked)

Free Webinar – Sustainable Food Systems (Fully booked)

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Join us for another free online webinar. In this webinar, CAT Lecturer Dr Siobhan Maderson will discuss how our current food system creates challenges for social, economic and environmental sustainability.

Our new series of free online webinars features different speakers, from our Graduate School lecturers to Short Course tutors, talking on a wide array of sustainability related topics, from energy and water provision to how we can create a zero carbon Britain.

Sustainable Food Systems

In this webinar, Siobhan will explore how alternative ways of producing and consuming food can improve human and planetary health.

Siobhan will detail the ways in which we can change our current food systems to reveal these benefits, with discussion of social, economic and environmental factors. Relevant solutions will be explored with a focus on regional variations.

 Key information

  • Duration: 1 hour, including talk and Q&A
  • Upcoming dates: Wednesday 17 June 2020
  • Start time: 7.30pm
  • Spaces are limited to 100 people
  • Booking required (see below)
  • There will be opportunities to ask questions

How it works

  • Webinars are hosted on Zoom and booking a place is required (see below)
  • You can only book one place at a time.
  • Bookings require a functioning email address as the link to access the webinar will be sent there. Only one booking is allowed per email address.
  • You’ll usually receive notifications from us 1 day and 1 hour before the event is scheduled to take place.
  • This notification will include a Zoom webinar link. Simply click shortly before the webinar is due to begin.
  • Do not share your email link with other users. Space on the webinars is limited and each link will only give one user access.
  • If you have any questions please get in touch

Meet your tutor

Siobhan has a BSc in Social Anthropology, and an MSc in Food and Water Security.  She recently gained a PhD from Aberystwyth University, investigating the environmental knowledge of long-term beekeepers.  She teaches on CAT’s Sustainable Food and Natural Resources MSc programme. She also teaches study skills for students with additional learning needs such as dyslexia.

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