New NZSR thematic issue released - Feed Our Future: A New Zealand Sustainable Food Systems Dialogue

24 Oct 2021 20:03 | Anonymous member

Just published for NZAS members a thematic issue of New Zealand Science Review covering presentations at the Feed Our Future conference run by The Riddet Institute in Wellington, June 9, 2021.

Feed Our Future: A New Zealand Sustainable Food Systems Dialogue

Feed Our Future – an opportunity to discuss the science of sustainable food systemsWarren McNabb

Congratulations – Allen Petrey, for NZAS Council

Nutrition comes first

Back to the future food systems – Barbara Burlingame

Healthy and sustainable diets: providing nutrition, not only nutrients – Thom Huppertz

The availability and affordability of nutrition – Nick W. Smith

Discussion Session 1

The current food system conversation

Origin of the current conversation: An exploration of the animal/plant divideFrédéric Leroy

Producing animal source food with respect for human and planetary health

Hannah H.E. van Zanten, Benjamin van Selm, Anita Frehner

Discussion Session 2

Food systems impact

Our connected future with the turn-key technologies that are reducing food waste and improving nutrition – Wayne Martindale

Environmental footprinting of New Zealand agricultural products and implications for food nutrition – Stewart F. Ledgard

Discussion Session 3

Changing the food system?

The changing face of protein production – Paul Wood and Mahya Tavan

Consumers are central to any change in the food system – Joanne Hort

Discussion Session 4

Overall conclusion on the audience discussions

Concluding commentary

Feeding the future: Reflections on the food systems discussion – John Roche

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