Mar 10, 2022
Welcome back to our series on the Future of Food!
In this episode, we’ll explore the significance of adaptive transformation in global food systems. How do farming and consumption play into creating an inclusive, just, and beautiful future?
From empowering women farmers in Africa, to telling the story behind every piece of organic produce, from considering food value over food price, to what to ask at your grocery store, we examine why urgent transformation is needed to protect the people – and land – growing our food against the increasingly devastating impacts of climate change.
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So with food being at the heart and centre of the human story, there’s not a minute to waste. Let’s get on with it!
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Thank you to our amazing guests this week, Volkert Engelsman, Wanjira Mathai, Jenipher Sambazi, Elen Jones, Ed Davey and Helena Leurent!
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Vice President & Regional Director for Africa, World Resources Institute (WRI)
Coffee Farmer & Vice Chair, Mount Elgon Agroforestry Community Cooperative Enterprise (MEACCE)
Co-Founder and Director, Jenipher's Coffi
Policy and International Engagement Director, Food and Land Use Coalition
& Co-Director, WRI UK
Director General, Consumers International
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