Sarah Bridle: Food and Climate Change
Author of Food and Climate Change: Without the Hot Air, Sarah Bridle, joins us for a workshop investigating some easy ways to save the planet.
A quarter of greenhouse gas emissions across the world come from food. But how much do we know about how the choices we make about the food we eat affect that?
Join us to hear from Professor Sarah Bridle, author of the recently published 'Food and Climate Change Without the Hot Air', a clearly written description of the carbon footprint of the foods that we eat. Themed around the meals and snacks that we consume, the e-book is available for free from Amazon.
Does it matter whether you have a latte or an americano? Would switching from meat to fish make much difference, or is vegan the only option? Are food miles really so important? All this and more will be covered in a clear way.
Whether you want to change the world or your own diet, or just be better informed about the food you eat, join us for this fascinating interactive workshop. Tickets are available for free at Eventbrite: