Innovating for a sustainable future of food

How do we ensure sustainable food supplies for 10bn people by 2050? In recent years, there has been an increase in innovation activities and experimentation with new ways of organizing seeking to make food production more equitable and sustainable for the future. In this online masterclass, we will shed light on some of these innovative approaches.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 - 16:00 to 17:30

How do we ensure sustainable food supplies for 10bn people by 2050?

How do we resolve the paradoxical problems of the current food system, such as hunger amidst mounting food waste or increasing food accessibility at the expense of biodiversity loss?

How do we transform the food system in a way that helps addressing the grand challenges that humankind is facing?

In recent years, there has been an increase in innovation activities and experimentation with new ways of organizing and hereby seeking to make food production more equitable end sustainable for the future. In this online masterclass, CBS professors Valentina Tartari and Silviya Svejenova will shed light on some of these innovative approaches. In particular, they will discuss the emergence of new forms of food production e.g. cellular agriculture, the importance of scientific research in forming this new industry as well as the power of culinary creativity and the role of community and place for social change in food.

To bring these approaches to life, the two professors will engage in conversation with accomplished and inspiring food entrepreneurs and discuss with them their vision for and distinctive approaches to a sustainable future of food.


Who is this masterclass relevant for?
Anyone working with or interested in sustainable food and the future of the food industry. 

How to register?
Please register here.

This event is part of CBS Kontinuum, an emerging new model for lifelong learning. Read more about CBS Kontinuum. 

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