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Towards a Circular Food Economy for Bristol

How do we make the transition from a linear food system that is endangering biodiversity and human health, to a circular regenerative one?

This is an introductory event about the circular economy and the future of food in Bristol.

A collaboration between The Circle, urban growers and Bristol’s universities, guest speakers will introduce their work in sustainable eating, green technology, urban growing methods, the future of food and the circular economy. Discussions on zero waste principles, regenerative methods and waste to energy production will follow.

There will be chance to find out more about The Circle project and how environmental, economic and social circularity can contribute to sustainable urban developments and what Bristol and its citizens can do to contribute to these ambitions.

Check back for tickets and venue info.

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    Towards a Circular Food Economy for Bristol

    Theme: Talks and Debates
    Venue: City Centre
    On: Wednesday 19th June
    Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Address: TBC
    Cost: £5

    How do we make the transition from a linear food system that is endangering biodiversity and human health, to a circular regenerative one?

    This is an introductory event about the circular economy and the future of food in Bristol.

    A collaboration between The Circle, urban growers and Bristol’s universities, guest speakers will introduce their work in sustainable eating, green technology, urban growing methods, the future of food and the circular economy. Discussions on zero waste principles, regenerative methods and waste to energy production will follow.

    There will be chance to find out more about The Circle project and how environmental, economic and social circularity can contribute to sustainable urban developments and what Bristol and its citizens can do to contribute to these ambitions.

    Check back for tickets and venue info.

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