The Future of Meat: What Will We Eat in 2034?

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2pm - 3pm : The Auditorium

Climate Change & Sustainability Food & Farming Talk Technology & Engineering Under £10
  • Parking
  • Disabled parking
  • Wheelchair access
  • Hearing loop
  • Toilets
  • Disabled toilets
  • Changing places

The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich, NR2 1TF

01603 727 950

Delve into the future of sustainable food production

Join Professor Tom MacMillan from the Royal Agricultural University as he discusses the trends and issues shaping what we eat, and where it comes from.

Meat production is a big factor in climate change – but not all meat is created equal. From lab-grown nuggets to conservation-grazed beef, this talk will also explore the pros and cons of different types of meat production and will consider how we might be eating in ten years’ time.

Age 12+

£5

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Tom MacMillan

Professor Tom MacMillan is Elizabeth Creak Chair in Rural Policy and Strategy at the Royal Agricultural University. He is interested in farming as a force for change to help tackle the climate, nature, and health crises.