Wednesday 14 December 2011
1.30pm for 2pm start, ends at 4.45pm
Main UWE site at Frenchay, Room 3Q22
Free. Refreshments provided.
The theme for the next in our popular series of Healthy Communities Research Forum seminars will be how spatial planning and public health can support the transition to a sustainable food system that is good for the planet and human health.
- What is a sustainable food system?
- Can urban areas feed themselves?
- How can public health and planning facilitate this agenda?
Joy Carey – Independent Local Food Consultant and author of Who Feeds Bristol: Towards a resilient food plan
Resilient food systems for cities: lessons from Bristol
Angela Blair – Food Policy Worker and Paul Southon – Public Health Development Manager, Sandwell Primary Care Trust
Spaces of hope: spatial planning, public health and food policy in Sandwell
Matt Reed – Senior Research Fellow, Countryside and Community Research Institute, University of Gloucestershire
Exploring the potential of food production in the urban fringe
Places are limited. Please contact Carolyn Webb in the Faculty of Environment and Technology if you would like to attend – Carolyn.Webb@uwe.ac.uk / 0117 328 3102