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How does our food affect the planet?

Learn about how food and agriculture contribute to greenhouse gas emissions, and what can be done to help


We are delighted to be presenting a stand at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition (1-7 July) and Bluedot Festival 19th - 21st July featuring:

Wind Turbines
Fresh Pickles
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Farming for the Future

Can you help us build a sustainable farm?

Finishing our plates

The 'Finishing our plates' demonstration will show how food manufacturers are making sure sustainable product development results in reducing our food waste.

Climate Food Challenge

Find out which of our food choices have the highest greenhouse gas emissions.

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Aeroponics from LettusGrow

LettUs Grow’s patent-pending technology represents a step-change in efficiency for the indoor farming sector.

Food and climate change

Test your knowledge of how what we eat contributes to global warming

Insect Proteins from Entocycle

Find out how insects could be part of a sustainable diet


Meet our Organisers 

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Principal Investigator


Project Manager

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Project Manager


Meet our Expert Communicators


University of Sheffield/WRAP

Brunel University London

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Aberystwth University

N8AgriFood/Durham University

Lancaster University


Open University


Anglia Ruskin University


Met Office


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University of Manchester

N8 Agrifood/ University of York

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Lucy Yates

University of Oxford

University of Manchester

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University of Manchester

University of Aberdeen

N8 AgriFood/ Lancaster University

The University of Manchester

National Centre of Food Manufacturing, University of Lincoln

Global Food Security Programme

University of York/N8 AgriFood

University of Sheffield

University of Manchester

Meet our Advisory Board

University of York & N8 AgriFood

Newcastle University

Oxford University

University of Aberdeen/Scottish Climate Change Centre of Expertise

University of Manchester

Prof of Socio-Technical Innovation

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

University of Manchester

Society for the Environment

Growing Plants