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Future Food: Foods, Fads and Interventions to Feed the Future – Brain Feast Session

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Future Food: Foods, Fads and Interventions to Feed the Future – Brain Feast Session

Let’s track forward, say to the beginning of the 22nd Century. How will the food you put in your mouth be grown, transported, and packaged? How will you pay for it, eat it and dispose of it? This panel urges you to dream, to rethink and to plan ahead. You’ll also get to talk to those already considering the changes necessary, through design, system intervention, invention and plain big thinking. Bring open ears and questions, the future is upon us.

Our panelists include: James Whetlor (founder of Cabrito, the UK based supplier of ‘kid’ goat meat that would otherwise have been wasted as a by-product of the dairy industry), Abi Aspen Glencross (ancient grain farmer, meat scientist, botanical explorer and half of The Sustainable Food Story), Iltud Dunsford (CEO & Co-Founder, Cellular Agriculture Ltd), Dermot O’Regan (Managing Director of Grow Bristol, Bristol’s innovative urban farming enterprise), India Langley (Communications Lead for LettUs Grow, designers of sustainable farming techniques), and Patrick Mallory (founder of upcycled mushrooms and cofounder of Bristol’s Street Goat Community Micro Dairy). This panel will be hosted by Ed Gillespie, Director of Greenpeace UK, author of ‘Only Planet’ and co-founder of Futerra, who has spent the last twenty years inspiring us all to imagine better.

This event is part of Bristol Food Connections Brain Food series, a vibrant and diverse programme of talks and debates getting us to think more consciously about what we eat.

Brain Food Series

This event is part of Bristol Food Connections Brain Food series, a vibrant and diverse programme of talks and debates getting us to think more consciously about what we eat.

 

This week, Brain Food talks are available at 2-for-1. Come with a friend!

 

Paper tickets for this event can be purchased in person at the Info Point of Colston Hall between the following hours:

Thursday 13 – Saturday 15  June:  10AM – 5PM

Sunday 16 June:  11AM – 5PM

Monday 17 – Thursday 20 June:  11AM – 2PM 

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    Future Food: Foods, Fads and Interventions to Feed the Future – Brain Feast Session

    Theme: Brain Food, Festival Hub, Talks and Debates
    Venue: Colston Hall
    On: Sunday 16th June
    Time: 11:30 am - 12:30 am
    Address: 3rd Floor Terrace Bar, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
    Cost: £8

    Let’s track forward, say to the beginning of the 22nd Century. How will the food you put in your mouth be grown, transported, and packaged? How will you pay for it, eat it and dispose of it? This panel urges you to dream, to rethink and to plan ahead. You’ll also get to talk to those already considering the changes necessary, through design, system intervention, invention and plain big thinking. Bring open ears and questions, the future is upon us.

    Our panelists include: James Whetlor (founder of Cabrito, the UK based supplier of ‘kid’ goat meat that would otherwise have been wasted as a by-product of the dairy industry), Abi Aspen Glencross (ancient grain farmer, meat scientist, botanical explorer and half of The Sustainable Food Story), Iltud Dunsford (CEO & Co-Founder, Cellular Agriculture Ltd), Dermot O’Regan (Managing Director of Grow Bristol, Bristol’s innovative urban farming enterprise), India Langley (Communications Lead for LettUs Grow, designers of sustainable farming techniques), and Patrick Mallory (founder of upcycled mushrooms and cofounder of Bristol’s Street Goat Community Micro Dairy). This panel will be hosted by Ed Gillespie, Director of Greenpeace UK, author of ‘Only Planet’ and co-founder of Futerra, who has spent the last twenty years inspiring us all to imagine better.

    This event is part of Bristol Food Connections Brain Food series, a vibrant and diverse programme of talks and debates getting us to think more consciously about what we eat.

    Brain Food Series

    This event is part of Bristol Food Connections Brain Food series, a vibrant and diverse programme of talks and debates getting us to think more consciously about what we eat.

     

    This week, Brain Food talks are available at 2-for-1. Come with a friend!

     

    Paper tickets for this event can be purchased in person at the Info Point of Colston Hall between the following hours:

    Thursday 13 – Saturday 15  June:  10AM – 5PM

    Sunday 16 June:  11AM – 5PM

    Monday 17 – Thursday 20 June:  11AM – 2PM 

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