This event is part of the Taliesin Arts Centre series
Jon Gower (Chair)
with Ian Rappell, Khushi Kabir, Raj Patel and Jon Gower (Chair), and a creative provocation from Owen Griffiths.
‘We are dependent on the natural world for every breath of air we take and every mouthful of food we eat. But it’s even more than that, we are also dependent on it for our sanity and sense of proportion.’ — Sir David Attenborough
The food we eat in the UK is responsible for 30% of our greenhouse gas emissions. It simply doesn’t have to be that way. So how to radically change our relationship with food towards a more sustainable way of being? From supply chains to land use, from deforestation to the pollution of our rivers, the way we grow, transport and consume our food has massive implications for the health of our ecosystems and on the concentration of Co2 in the atmosphere.
Ian Rappell, Khushi Kabir, Raj Patel and Jon Gower (Chair), and a creative provocation from Owen Griffiths.
In this discussion, the third event in our Everything Change programme exploring creativity and the climate crisis, we’ll delve into some of the most damaging aspects of food in the modern world, while also going in search for some of the most creative, exciting and appetising solutions.
Booking is essential to access this free, online event. Live English-language captioning will be available.
Contact: Nia Mills (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)