Sustainable Food Systems

Episode 8,  Jan 20, 2021, 12:05 AM

The complexities of agricultures contribution to climate change will require a major shift in farming to ensure we can reach net zero. These are challenges that farmers will need to tackle in the very near future, although there are also questions to be asked of the food system in which farmers are a crucial cog. The creation of a sustainable food system locally and globally could help solve some of the big environmental and social questions that climate change, COVID 19 and Brexit have thrown up. In this episode Environment consultant Séamus Murphy speaks to Pete Ritchie of Nourish Scotland about what a sustainable food system would look like and how change is already on the way.
Funded by University Innovation Fund by Scottish Funding Council.
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