Tue, 19th Feb 2013 07:00pm – 10:00pm
The Castle Hotel , 66 Oldham Street Manchester
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The event starts at 7pm and finishes at 10pm. There is a break between the talks, free food for everyone and plenty of chance to socialise. Please come along, enjoy both talks, and meet someone new. Everyone is welcome, please come along, no tickets necessary, and it is entirely FREE !
Jules Bagnoli talks about ‘Manchester’s De-Industrial Food Revolution’
Here she talks about many issues including dwindling self-su¬fficiency where we are 99.75% reliant on ‘imports’; the long, slow march of local food movements; the historical impact of Manchester’s industrial mindset on the table; catering for students and the value mentality from shopping basket to multimillion procurement spend.
Wangari Maathai – ‘Some lessons from the Global South for a Steady State Manchester’
Wangari Maathai, was the first environmentalist and African woman to get a Nobel Peace Prize and founder of the Kenyan Green Belt Movement. The Green Belt Movement works at grassroots, national, and international levels to promote: environmental conservation, build climate resilience, empower communities, especially women and girls, and foster democratic space and sustainable livelihoods
0161 237 9485
It is an open door event, please arrive early for a seat
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