Connecting People to Nature’, the theme for World Environment Day 2017, implores us to get outdoors and into nature, to appreciate its beauty and its importance, and to take forward the call to protect the Earth that we share.
A two day seminar followed by a 1 day conference to share experiences on access to land. For more information contact Harry Greenfield (email@example.com)
- 2121.June.Wednesdayhttp://www.ukfg.org.uk/event/the-challenges-of-institutionalizing-food-sovereignty/Coventry University London Campus109-117 Middlesex St. London E1 7JF
Seminar by Priscilla Claeys, Senior Research Fellow in Food Sovereignty, Human Rights and Resilience providing insights from the negotiations of a new UN Declaration on the Rights of Peasants.
The Women’s Environmental Network FORUM is a quarterly symposium discussing topics of the moment.
The Forum will explore how our diets and the choices we make can impact the planet including:
- How does our diet impact climate change?
- How do we make our decisions?- organic, fairtrade, buy local, freedom? Meat free?
- Does gender impact this debate?
- Why does it matter where our food comes from?
- How can individuals and communities make a difference?
- What can we do about packaging and waste?
- Do we need to eat meat?
- Is the future vegan? What is the best diet for health and climate?