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29
Jun
2021
 
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Join us for this dynamic webinar! Explore with us the way towards  a cooperative and community-led approach to regional resilience and climate action through food sovereignty!

About the Event:

This webinar aims to bring together food sovereignty advocates, progressive farmers, environmentalists, and cooperative and local economy activists, as well as interested members of the general public. Through open conversation and discussion of a draft paper, we will explore how food sovereignty and community climate action can strengthen the resilience of our local places.

Context:

This webinar is part of the project Climate Emergency Economy – organised by GEF with the support of Green House Think Tank, Wetenschappelijk Bureau GroenLinks, Green Foundation Ireland, and the Foundation for Environment and Agriculture. The project explores policies required in ‘hard-to-reach’ sectors for Europe to reach zero carbon. In 2021, activities are centred around three key pillars: agriculture, hydrogen, and transport infrastructure and trade.

Speakers:

Confirmed speakers include:
• Fergal Anderson – Small farmer and chair of Talamh Beo, The Irish Landworkers Alliance; formerly at Via Campesina Brussels
• Dr. Oliver Moore – Researcher and communicator with ARC 2020
• Jennifer McConnell – Food Sovereignty Researcher, former CEO of Irish Seed Savers Association
The webinar will be facilitated by Davie Philip (Cultivate). Further speakers to be announced.

Programme:

The detailed programme will be available soon!

Practicalities:

This event will take place online on Tuesday, June 29th (16:30 – 18:00 CEST).
Admission is free but you must register in advance by via this link. The Zoom link and other practical details will be shared upon registration.

 


This event is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of Green Foundation Ireland and Cultivate and with the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation. The European Parliament is not responsible for the content of these workshops.

 

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