Can eating plants and nothing else really make us stronger, faster, healthier and sharper? Our distinguished panel will pick their way through the mine-field of dietary advice to help you make better informed and more sustainable choices.
Cambridge Global Food Security, University of Cambridge.
Wednesday 25th November, 2020
General public of all ages.
Register for tickets here.
For further information, please contact Abigail Youngman, Events and Education Projects Coordinator, Department of Plants Sciences, University of Cambridge email@example.com
- Howard Griffiths (Chair), Co-Chair of Cambridge Global Food Security IRC, Professor of Plant Ecology, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge.
- Giles Yeo, author of Gene Eating, presenter of BBC2’s Trust Me I’m a Doctor, and Principal Research Associate, Department of Clinical Biochemistry, University of Cambridge.
- Louise Palmer-Masterton, founder of Stem & Glory plant-based restaurants in Cambridge and London UK.
- David Willer, Zoologist, University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute.
- Emma Garnett, Prince of Wales Junior Research Fellow in Sustainable Consumption, University of Cambridge.
- David Goldman, sports nutritionist, exercise physiologist and chief science advisor for The Game Changers, a critically acclaimed documentary about the rise of plant-based eating in professional sports.
- John Pawsey, organic farmer and former Chair of the NFU Organic Forum