Location: Webinar on Zoom
Organiser: Table & SLU Future Food
Last signup date: 4 November 2020
Price: Free of charge
Pierre-Marie Aubert leads the initiative on Public Policies for European Agriculture at IDDRI. His activities focus on interactions between agricultural development, food security and biodiversity protection at three different levels: national, regional and international.
Izabella Teixeira is an expert in environmental management, impact assessment and licensing. As Environment Minister, she led Brazil’s negotiations of the Paris Agreement on climate change in 2015. She was named a Champion of the Earth in 2013.
Samara Brock is pursuing her PhD at Yale’s School of Environment. She holds a master's in Community and Regional Planning from the University of British Columbia, and a master’s in Food Culture from the University of Gastronomic Sciences in Italy.
Table is a food systems dialogue collaboration between the University of Oxford, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) and Wageningen University and Research(WUR). We seek to facilitate informed discussions about how the food system can become sustainable, resilient, just, and ultimately “good”. We impartially set out the evidence, assumptions, and values that people bring to food system debates. To keep up to date with Table, please subscribe to our weekly newsletter, Fodder, which rounds up the latest journal papers, reports, books, jobs, events and more.
SLU Future Food is a platform for research and collaboration to develop knowledge, solutions and innovations aimed at ensuring that the entire food system is characterized by economic, ecological and social sustainability to overcome tomorrow's challenges. The research addresses both plants and animals, from the smallest molecules to global systems.
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