Recipes for Change: Innovation in Food and Agriculture
Founder, Incredible Edible
Vanessa García Polanco
Member, Generation Climate Initiative and Federal Policy Director, National Young Farmers Coalition
The food and agriculture industries face a host of sustainability challenges, which innovation can play a huge role in overcoming. But certain kinds of systemic change would simultaneously cause a myriad of issues and prompt difficult questions, namely around the Global North-South divide, social justice and food sovereignty. How can innovation in food and agriculture be both green and just? How can technological solutions and the reinvention of traditional food cultures account for the inequalities that climate change will exacerbate?
This hands-on workshop will bring together leaders, students and members of the community to learn, debate and discover equity-oriented solutions. Participants of all ages, expertise and familiarity with the subject matter are welcome.
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