Sustainability, Science, Society: Water: food production and consumption

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Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Building 301

23 Symonds St

Auckland 1010

New Zealand

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Join us for a seminar on key sustainability issues of food production and consumption. This seminar
will include speakers from the Faculty of Science who will present current research and thinking on
the topic and a guest speaker from an organisation that is applying an innovative solution

• Feeding a Nation on Food Waste.

Love Soup provides food to community groups combating poverty - saving good food from going to landfill
and providing meals created from rescued food to help feed our homeless and people in need.
Be a food rescue hero.
Julie King, Love Soup, Auckland


• Food: Make it, Store it, Waste it – What's that all about?
Professor Gillian Lewis, School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland


The EAT-Lancet Commission: Healthy diets, a healthy planet, impatient disruption and sound science.
Dr Peter J. Swedlund,
School of Chemical Sciences, University of Auckland


• Alternative Food Initiatives: Politics and practices
Dr Emma Sharp,
The School of Environment, University of Auckland

Refreshments will be served in the adjacent foyer at 5.30pm

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Large Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Building 301

23 Symonds St

Auckland 1010

New Zealand

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