The Citizen Food Futures event was a week-long event aiming to communicate academic research and opinion on the development of more sustainable food systems and facilitate dialogue with the general public and other stakeholders.
SCI research was well represented at ESA2019 in Manchester.
The SCI co-sponsored a conference to mark the retirement of Professor Mark Harvey. Read Mark’s inspiring talk on the political and intellectual trajectory of his career.
The SCI organised a workshop on the topic of meat consumption, non-meat consumption and sustainability as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences
Whilst there is a broad consensus amongst academics and other experts that meat needs to be addressed as a social-ecological problem, the minutiae of how to do so are less certain.
Jessica Paddock reports on SCI contributions to the BSA on home turf in Manchester.
Cameron Roberts reports on IST 2017 and the SCI’s contributions.
Wouter Spekkink reports on the third international conference of the Global Research Forum on Sustainable Production and Consumption.
Dan Welch reports on the SCI’s contribution to the ESA’s 13th biennial conference in Athens.
A rethink of contemporary wisdom on governing the climate is increasingly urgent. Successive climate summits, strategies, targets and action plans have been implemented, but the chances of staying within anything like safe temperature increases are diminishing fast.
The SCI recently hosted the latest Light and sustainability: Concepts, practices, experiment seminar, read Cary Monreal Clark and Joanne Edwards.