Have we the appetite for sustainable and healthy food?

SERA - Labour's Environment Campaign in partnership with The Vegan Society

LOCATION Blundell Street Restaurant, 63-65, Blundell Street. L1 0AJ. A few minutes walk from the conference hall
DATE Monday 24th September
TIME 12:45 - 14:00

Refreshments provided by Tofurky

*This event takes place outside the secure zone, and is therefore accessible to all, including those without a conference pass*

SPEAKERS

  • Chair - Dan Crossley - Food Ethics Council
  • Chris Williamson MP
  • Helen Browning OBE – CEO Soil Association
  • Louise Davies – The Vegan Society
  • Dr Helen Harwatt – Animal Law & Policy Fellow, Harvard Law School

More speakers to be announced

What we eat and how we produce it is firmly in the spotlight. Can we have food that is healthy, sustainable, affordable and leads the world? Can we improve diets and address health-related conditions costing the NHS billions? Can we ensure farming and food production is sustainable and we don’t open the floodgates to lower food standards as some Conservative Ministers advocate? How can Labour’s champion sustainable and healthy food?

Our food doesn’t have to cost the Earth or our health. We can have both. The panel discussion will examine changing diets, the impact our food has on our environment and our health, and the policies that will contribute to sustainable food.

  • September 24, 2018 at 12:45pm – 2pm
  • Blundell Street Restaurant, Blundell Street, L1 0AJ
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