Posted on December 6, 2023
Who: Dalhousie researchers collaborate with international colleagues on global launch of Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Diets.
What: This handbook is a must-read, comprehensive, and state of the art overview of sustainable diets, an issue critical to the environment and the health and well-being of society. Sustainable diets seek to minimise and mitigate the significant negative impact food production has on the environment and to usher in delicious alternatives that support optimal human, animal, and planetary.
When: Friday, December 8th 12:30 p.m.-2:15 p.m. Atlantic time zone.
Where: In-person- Dalhousie Faculty of Agriculture, President’s Board Room, First Floor, Cumming Hall, 62 Cumming Dr, Truro, NS. Canada B2N 4H5
Online concurrently in a Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 874 9745 8101; Passcode: 35414
Why: This handbook is of the greatest importance with timely, critical, and actionable contents. We encourage all researchers and institutions to a secure a copy for their collection. This definitive guide on sustainable diets delivers 55 insightful chapters with solutions by 130+ of the world’s leading experts. Experts: Handbook Sections and Chapter Titles of Presenting Authors FRAMING and VISION 2. Dignity, justice, and the right to food Francis Adams 3. Reframing the sustainable diets narrative: Shifting diets by confronting systemic racism in the U.S. food systems Gabriel R. Valle
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