Dinner plates across the world are evolving as conscious consumers are thinking about the impact their choices are having on the planet. As habits shift and environmental challenges present themselves, what is our role as food consumers, growers and producers?
Stressors on our current food system are increasing as we look ahead to feed close to 10 billion people by 2050. What is the “right” food to eat if you prioritise sustainability? What will a dinner plate look like in 2050? How do we produce enough food whilst achieving our national sustainability goals and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions?
We will explore this hot topic and what steps we can take to co-create a healthy world. The panellists will challenge the audience to consider the future of food through the lens of government, food production and plant-based versus and an omnivorous diet. Bring your questions and curiosity for an event bound to make you think before the next time you eat.
8.45am: Breakfast and networking
9.15am: Welcome and Introduction
9.30am: Opening address and keynote presentations
9:40am: Panel Discussion
10.30am: Interactive Q&A session with Audience
10.50am: Wrap up and closing remarks
11.00am: Event finishes, book signing with Suzy Amis Cameron
MC: Rod Oram
Guest Speakers: The Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy GNZM, QSO, Governor-General of New Zealand, Suzy Amis Cameron, Maury Leyland, Caryn Zinn