The Future of Food BOOKED OUT
Terrace Lounge, Ground Floor, Walter Boas BuildingMap
Melbourne 2066: Drought years are more common than not, the bee population has plummeted and there has been a massive loss in biodiversity. The government has been running a series of community engagement events to develop strategies for resilience in the face of precarious food supplies and you are invited to this one.
Join a panel of experts for an interactive discussion to explore some possible, and unusual, approaches to securing food on an environmentally-challenged planet.
Light refreshments provided (be prepared for some surprises!).
This event is part of the 2017 University of Melbourne Science Festival.
Students, staff and the general public are all welcome to attend. Registrations required.
Check out the full Science Festival Program.