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Transforming Food

Sustainability Week 8–13 April 2019
Food is a necessity for survival. After a long trend of decreased world hunger, more people are living in food insecurity – at the same time, 1/3 of food is wasted in the global north. We want to spotlight how food production spans across the sustainability agenda and links to the other 16 goals.

Transforming Food

Events in English

See all events in this theme on the Swedish webpage


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Carbon dioxide or Crops? What is the Future of Plastics in a Sustainable Society?

April 9 15-16.30, Magle Konserthus

Interest in biobased plastics as a sustainable alternative is increasing. But what materials are most sustainable, efficient and viable to use? Welcome to an event exploring the possibilites of using residues from agriculture, or even carbon dioxide, to produce plastics in way that avoids food insecurity and negative climate impacts in the future. The research project STEPS - Sustainable Plastics and Transition Pathways will answer all your questions! Read more.

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Zero-bread-waste workshop

April 9 18-19, Wermlands Nation

Wondering what to do with old bread? Have you ever faced the dilemma of either throwing dry bread away or not enjoying eating it? Don’t worry, there are may ways to make it tasty again! In this workshop, we will cook together a whole dinner out of dry bread, from starter to desert! Because food waste is a common problem in every household, but with some creativity we can avoid it. Bring some old bread, if you have any, and we fix the rest. Read more.

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Steaks and Salads, Cars and Shopping: Gendered Consumption and the Environment.

April 10 16-18, Geocentrum I

A workshop on the implications of gendered consumption patterns for the environment, hosted by Fem Fighters. We will touch upon various fields to understand how gendered norms determine our choices and interests, and thereby influence our ecological footprints. Read more.

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Farmer Confessions #2 : Fältenborgs gård

April 11 18-19, Stenkrossen

Come join us for the second instalment of the Farmer Confession series, where local farmers come tell us all about their experiences and knowledge about what it’s like to run a small scale farming business. This time we welcome Kerstin from Fältenborgs gård as our speaker, followed by a Q&A and a mingle with snacks and refreshments. Read more.

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Questions or ideas for the Sustainability Week?

Contact Jenny Hansson,
Project Manager and Communications Officer

jenny [dot] hansson [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
070-3592609

Lund University Sustainablity Forum
Sölvegatan 37
223 62 Lund

contact [at] sustainability [dot] lu [dot] se