Talk BU Live is returning to Dylan’s Bar at 5:30pm on Tuesday 21 October 2014.
Sean Beer will be speaking about ‘Why talk about sustainable food production is largely hokum’ followed by a short Q&A session.
Talk BU Live is a free monthly on-campus event designed to get people talking, thinking and shouting. Talks are no more than 20 minutes long and open to all students and staff at BU. Join us for an evening of ideas, entertainment and inspiration.
'Why talk about sustainable food production is largely hokum'
What is all the fuss about sustainable food production? And what do we even mean by ‘sustainable’? Why are middle class consumers purchasing luxury sustainable foods at farmers markets while their children eat mass produced rubbish for school lunches? Do we really want sustainability or would it affect our standard of living too much?
Sean Beer will be answering all these questions and asking whether the talk about sustainability is all just hokum.
If you want to get involved or find out more then please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +(0)1202 961041.
Please note that this event will be video recorded and made available online.