The next event in our 2018 Food Talks series is “FISH IT. How to get people hooked on sustainable fish". It takes place on Thursday, 21st June 2018 (6.30-8.45pm) at the Impact Hub King’s Cross.
How can we play a role in securing the future of our seas and how can we mobilise people to get excited about sustainable fish? How can we ensure that fisher livelihoods are protected, as well as our seas? We’ll hear from experts, chefs and champions of sustainable fishing on how we can play a role in securing the future of our seas, how to get the right fish on the menu, where to shop for sustainable seafood and how to unhook ourselves from the wrong catch.
The discussion will be chaired by Dan Crossley, Executive Director of the Food Ethics Council and will be followed by a delicious, free buffet supplied by co-sponsors Organico and Think.Eat.Drink. The idea of our Food Talks series is to stimulate debate about the issues that surround the world of food and to explore solutions to those challenges. Please join us!
Our Food Talks series is brought to you by the Food Ethics Council in partnership with Impact Hub Kings Cross, Organico,Think.Eat.Drink and London Food Link, part of Sustain: The alliance for better food and farming.
Next Food Talks
MAKE IT. How to make food & drink that tastes good and does good
Thursday 20th September , Impact Hub King's Cross | 6.30-8.45pm
The evening will start with a discussion of how to make and cook delicious food that also has a positive impact on others and the environment. We’ll look at food and drink makers who are making a difference and ask what we can learn from them. And we’ll hear from speakers who are using food to help build others a better future.
FEED THE CITY. How to get people living in cities excited about sustainable food systems
Thursday 29th November, Impact Hub King's Cross | 6.30-8.45pm
Can a city feed itself from within? How can we get people living in cities excited about food that is good for people, the planet and animals? We’ll explore ideas of how to create sustainable food systems that work for cities and ask how to connect urban populations with where their food comes from. The evening will showcase examples of exciting food projects, where city life and sustainable food go hand in hand.
The first event in our 2018 Food Talks series was “GROW IT. How to deliver a growing food revolution” on Thursday 22nd March 2018, at the Impact Hub King’s Cross.
Key questions we explored included:
- Why growing can help us connect with what we eat.
- How knowing the origins of our food can help us value what we serve at mealtimes?
- How can we build a food growing revolution?
Our speakers for this event were Sarah Williams (Sustain and Capital Growth, London's food growing network), Kerry Rankine (Growing Communities) and Mila Campoy (The Calthorpe Project). The discussion was chaired by Dan Crossley, Executive Director of the Food Ethics Council.