On the morning of 28 April, we will be hosting a three-tiered look at our food choices in the context of climate change.
During the morning, we’ll take a look at organic production in Ireland and whether there is room for improvement in methods employed there, along with the many pros.
Alongside that, we’ll take a broader look at how agriculture is both a victim of climate change as well as a source of greenhouse gases and biodiversity loss globally.
Finally, we’ll hear the experiences of a chef working to produce food with locally sourced ingredients and enjoy a lunch prepared with local ingredients on the day.
More information shortly.
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