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This workshop presentation is from the Student Sustainability Summit 2015, in partnership with NUS and People & Planet, presented by Pam Warhurst CBE, Co-Founder, Incredible Edible; Ágnes Knoll, Programme Manager – Student Eats, NUS and Caroline Scott, Leeds University Union.
For many it is a personal issue, for others a deeply social thing. In this session we are talking food, and how it can be a great way to engage the disengaged on sustainability. Food is a great way to explore ethical issues, like Fairtrade and animal welfare, sustainability issues, such as use of pesticides and sustainable fishing, local issues, such as food miles and social enterprise and global issues, like climate change and international trade agreements like TTIP. In this session, we will hear from the amazing Pam Warhurst of Incredible Edible, as well as a variety of passionate students who are out to make the world a better place by reconnecting students with the food that they eat, through both the formal and the informal curriculum.
To find more presentations and resources from the Student Sustainability Summit, search for SSS15.
To find presentations and resources from this “Challenging Connections” the 19th EAUC Annual Conference, search for EAUCConf15.
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