How can we figure out how to farm for people, the planet and pigs-in-blankets, from animal welfare to carbon footprints, from antibiotic resistance to biodiversity?
Harriet Bartlett and Dr Amy Munro-Faure will discuss how to achieve the best and most sustainable ways of farming.
Cambridge Global Food Security, University of Cambridge.
Friday 4th December, 2020
Teachers, business leaders, educators.
To join our zoom meeting, find the link here: https://www.globalfood.cam.ac.uk/repres/food-thought-coffee-break-talks
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For further information, please contact: Abigail Youngman, Events and Education Projects Coordinator, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge email@example.com
Speakers will include:
- Harriet Bartlett is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge. She is interested in investigating the limits of livestock intensification, including the trade-offs between intensification and animal welfare, antimicrobial use, and environmental externalities. She has made a short film about farming, food and sustainability. https://bit.ly/33Ep9bk
- Dr Amy Munro-Faure’s PhD research at the University of Edinburgh focused on the evolution of cooperative behaviour in people. Amy currently coordinates the Living Lab for Sustainability for the University of Cambridge. This unique role allows her to connect research and practice within the University to reduce the University’s environmental impact.