Are you trying to eat more ‘super grains’, like quinoa and millet? Have you considered the impact of your dietary decisions on the Global South? Join us for a panel discussion on the knotty issue of food sustainability – looking at how changes in what we eat affects our health, global and local economies, and the natural world.
Recently well-publicised research and investigative reporting have upended many long-held nutritional beliefs. We now know that the wisdom that breakfast is the most important meal of the day was funded by the cereal industry.
Good or bad, sustainable or not? It takes multiple perspectives to capture the scientific, cultural, and political reasons why we eat the way we do, and what future diets might look like. Could different perspectives help to change our views and habits?
Community Clean-Up Days are local events which bring together residents, volunteers and community groups to work with the council to improve their local environment.