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Sustain Annual Conference 2020

9 Dec 2020 14:00 16:30

How can good food and farming lead an economic recovery? Look back at #Sustain2020 Annual Conference with representatives from across the food and farming sector

This online event focused on putting food and farming at the heart of our economic recovery post COVID19. Food, farming, and fishing sectors have the potential to deliver more jobs and better livelihoods and are central components to the UK’s environmental recovery plans. 

Our annual conference brought together farmers, food businesses, researchers, civil society groups and policy leaders from across these sectors, to share insights into how we can boost the economic recovery through sustainable food and farming. 

Guest speakers included: 

  • Victoria Prentis MP, Minister for Farming, Fisheries and Food
  • Tamsin Cooper, Director of the National Food Strategy
  • Geetie Singh Watson MBE, Organic entrepreneur
  • Carolyn Steel, Architect and Author
  • Fatima Ibrahim, Co-Executive Director, Green New Deal UK
  • Luke Pollard MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Click to view the full agenda and conference programme

Watch back:

Q&A with Victoria Prentis MP

10x 2min pitches on food & farming ideas to support an economic recovery

Panel Discussion

9 Dec 2020
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