20 April: Grassroots Policies for Farming, Food and Wildlife

The second in a series of events to develop a people's manifesto to increase sustainability and justice.

Event | 27.03.23

The very real threat of irreversible global warming demands public action.

Current farming systems are a significant cause of climate and ecological damage and hardship to small farmers, while the unequal distribution of food causes health problems and the scandal of food banks.

Hundreds of farmers and growers are already working with nature, and developing local outlets to cut carbon heavy delivery lines and increase local resilience.

Their work needs to be recognised, enlarged and developed into a formal policy to become part of a People’s Manifesto.

A manifesto that would:

Let's talk about the issues and the opportunities!

In Part 2 of our webinar series we'll consider two controversial farming systems: Genetic Modification and Factory Farmed Animals, and we'll also hear about a pollution scandal.

Join us for a lively discussion with:

The panel will be chaired by Simon Duffy, President of Citizen Network and Director of Citizen Network Research.

This online event has been organised by Alicia Hull in partnership with Citizen Network.

DATE: Thursday 20th April
TIME: 6:30pm BST

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