Join Dr. Eugene Mohareb and Reading Friends of the Earth for an online talk discussing how food consumption contributes to climate change.
The potential for cities to reduce emissions through selected policy goals, such as scaling up urban agriculture, increasing home delivery of groceries, changes in diet, reducing food wastage or diversion of food waste from landfill will be discussed.
Dr. Eugene Mohareb is a Lecturer in Sustainable Urban Systems at the University of Reading. His research explores urban greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation measures and policy goals related to food, housing, and waste management.
When: Tuesday 21st September, 4-5:30pm.
Where: Online event.
You can register for this event here.
This event is part of Reading Climate Festival, a week of free events to inspire and encourage positive action on climate change, run by Reading Climate Action Network in association with Reading Town Meal, with support from Reading’s Abbey Quarter and The Great Big Green Week.