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What's on your plate: Cooking your dinner or the planet?

Manchester Friends of the Earth invites you to join us to learn more about how climate change will impact food production and how the food we buy, grow and eat can make a difference.

  • Dr Alice Bows co-author of the hard-hitting report ‘What’s Cooking’ Adaptation and Migration in the UK Food System, and a senior researcher at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change, will talk about her recent research on the impact of climate change on food production.
  • Mike Childs, head of policy, research and science at Friends of the Earth, will present their new Healthy Planet Eating campaign.
  • We will also learn about a range of local sustainable food projects from the Kindling Trust.

When: 6.30 for 7pm start, Tuesday 9 October

Where: Green Fish Resource Centre, 46-50 Oldham Street, Manchester M4 1LE

More info: Contact Colette on or 07754 042716

‘What’s Cooking’ Adaptation and Migration in the UK Food System

The research found that UK consumers could face dramatically reduced food choices in the future unless much more is done to cut greenhouse gas emissions. It also warns that foods which families now take for granted, such as meat and fresh vegetables, could become too expensive for many if global temperatures rise in line with the current trends and reach 4 degree C within the lifetime of many people.

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Friend of the Earthโ€™s Healthy Planet Eating campaign

How lower meat diets can help save lives and the planet.


The Kindling Trust

The Kindling Trust will provide an update on the sustainable food projects that they are currently running in Manchester. These include Feeding Manchester, Land Army and Manchester Veg People.

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