Climate change and growing inequality are two of the biggest issues shaping our food system and exacerbated by it. This is a decisive moment to align movements around climate, right to food, and community food resilience.
This event was co-organised by Sustain and the Landworkers Alliance, hosted by Nourish Scotland at their Recipes for Resilience programme at COP26 in Glasgow. The panel explored both community-level initiatives and national-level advocacy ensuring food fit for the planet is a right for all.
Dee Woods, Food Justice Policy Coordinator, Landworkers Alliance Vera Zakharov, Local Action Coordinator, Sustain & Sustainable Food Places Irina Martin, Dignity in Practice and Peas Please Veg Advocate Project Lead Sophe and Tom, Growing Solidarity.
Chaired by Catherine McAndrew, Community Resilience and Fringe Farming Project Officer.
Published 4 Nov 2021
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