The public forum will explore the global food crisis. If the growing body of experts is right, dwindling global food security poses a significant threat to much of humanity. Influenced by numerous factors, including climate change, population growth and rising fuel costs, it has the potential to cause widespread famine and civil unrest. Indeed, in many countries, it already has. In this live forum, four leading University of Adelaide thinkers will explore the most critical issues surrounding the crisis and invite questions from the floor. Find out more here.
Research Tuesdays are Free Public Forums. Feeding Anxiety: The World Food Crisis Forum will be held on Tuesday 8th June, from 5.30-7.00pm, at the University of Adelaide North Terrace Campus, Napier Building, Lecture Theatre 102. Map
Admission is free – bookings are essential.
Please register online or call 08 8303 3692