The UBC Future of Food Global Dialogue Series is a campus-wide initiative bringing together food security and sustainability experts from across the university and North America to regularly engage the UBC community and the public around the Global Food System, including topics such as climate change, food security, biodiversity, social justice, culture, and policy. The series uses various formats to foster discussion, such as dialogue circles, seminars, panel discussions, performances, photo exhibitions, and film screenings.
The series is jointly convened by the Centre for Sustainable Food Systems at UBC Farm, the Liu Institute for Global Issues, and UBC Reads Sustainability, an initiative of UBC Sustainability. We invite you to consider collaborating with us or to suggest ideas for topics and speakers. If your team is planning to host speakers next year who may be a fit for our series, we would love to hear from you.
Please check back for new updates on dates, locations, and events for our series. #UBCFutureofFood
Please contact Véronik Campbell, Academic Programs Manager with the Centre for Sustainable Food Systems at UBC Farm at email@example.com or Lindsay Marsh, Manager, Communications and Program Development, at the Liu Institute for Global Issues at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your suggestions. #UBCFutureOfFood