The pandemic has challenged the global food system potentially changing consumption forever. How can we harness these changes for good?
The UN has declared that we face the worst global food crisis for 50 years whilst locally we have seen a seismic shift in how we view and consume food and in the way that we shop. What do issues such as food security and changing consumer behaviours mean for us as both as leaders in sustainability and as consumers?
We’ve also witnessed the strain and instability of supply chains, particularly during the lead up to and the early stages of the lockdown, coupled with food poverty both globally and regionally.
Join us to discuss global challenges and to explore how the emerging shifts in mindset and behaviours might be harnessed through our won roles to impact globally and locally.
Dr Niki Rust is an environmental social scientist and geographer at the Centre of Rural Economy at Newcastle University. She has recently founded a new non-profit called Be In The Change with a mission to empower youth to become future change-makers to make the world a more sustainable place.
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