Food for the Future: A Discussion on Environment and Food

Event Date: 
Tuesday, February 23, 2021 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

This is a panel discussion on how food, agriculture and climate change intersect.

Every day, several times per day, we choose what to eat. 

Have you ever wondered how the food you eat (or throw away) impacts the environment?

Food and the environment are intertwined. How we produce, move, and dispose of food can have environmental impacts like greenhouse gas emissions or the ability to build soil health. On the other hand, climate change is impacting how we hunt, fish, gather and produce food through changes in temperatures on both land and water, and increasingly intense weather patterns.

Join these panelists for a discussion on food, agriculture, and climate change to learn more about your food and the environment.

Speakers:

  • Stuart Cumner - Neighbours for the Planet
  • Anna Tran - Food Fighters GTA
  • Sarah Rotz - Department of Social Science, York University

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