06 Jun Foods Weather Investigate Network’s eleventh anniversary celebration, University of Oxford
The Foods Weather Investigate Network is celebrating its eleventh anniversary on May eleventh at the Oxford Martin University at the University of Oxford from 2pm- 6pm. The function marks an option to rejoice the work of the FCRN in excess of the previous ten years with the individuals who have supported us along the way.
The afternoon supplies a chance to reflect on how the foods process sustainability discourse has evolved in excess of the previous 10 years and how the FCRN has interfaced with, and contributed to its evolution. Importantly, we will be wanting ahead, discovering what the exploration and follow priorities could and need to be for the future ten years.
If you are signing up for us on the net you should lead to the discussion by sending us your tips on what challenges you believe the FCRN and the wider foods sustainability community need to prioritise in excess of the future five years. You can send us an email (mariepersson at fcrn.org.uk) or use the hashtag #FCRNanniversary on Twitter. The FCRN will be tweeting from @FCRNetwork.
2pm- two:ten Welcome and introduction: Professor Charles Godfray, Oxford Martin Programme on the Foreseeable future of Foods
two.ten – two:40 How has the foods process sustainability discourse has evolved in excess of the previous 10 years? How has the FCRN interfaced with, and contributed to its evolution and where by could the FCRN go future? Tara Garnett FCRN coordinator, University of Oxford.
two:40-two:45 Limited Q&A
two:45- 3:00 Reflections on precedence/rising challenges are for foods process sustainability in the future ten years and on the job of the FCRN in tackling these. Professor Mike Hamm, C. S. Mott Professor of Sustainable Agriculture at Michigan Condition University, Senior Fellow, Centre for Regional Foods Methods at MSU.
3:00 -3:05 Limited Q&A
3:05-3:35 Networking split: Tea, coffee and cake
3:35 -four:45 Panel adopted by open up discussion: reflections on priorities for the foods process sustainability community for the future ten years. Speakers from various sectors and organisations give their private reflections on exploration and follow priorities this is adopted by a collective reflection on how the FCRN could lead in the future five years.
Moderator: Professor Charles Godfray, Oxford Martin Programme on the Foreseeable future of Foods
Professor Corinna Hawkes, Foods Policy, Town University London
Marcel Beukeboom, Head Foods & Nutrition Protection, Ministry of International Affairs, Netherlands
Duncan Williamson, Foods Policy Supervisor WWF
Dr. Sonja Vermeulen, Head of Investigate CGIAR Investigate Application on Weather Improve, Agriculture and Foods Protection (CCAFS)
Dr. Elin Röös, Division of Strength and Technology Division of Agricultural Engineering, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) (by skype)
four:45 -5pm Launch of Foodbytes: FCRNs new on the net studying useful resource on foods methods sustainability, Jessica Finch, FCRN associate, Warwick University
Oxford Martin University,
University of Oxford