Helen Harwatt, Animal Law & Policy Program’s Food & Climate Policy Fellow, will be a panelist on Carbon Brief’s webinar: “Do We Need to Stop Eating Meat to Tackle Climate Change?”
Helen Harwatt, Animal Law & Policy Program’s Food & Climate Policy Fellow will be a panelist on Carbon Brief’s webinar “Do We Need to Stop Eating Meat to Tackle Climate Change?” on Zoom, 9am EDT, Thursday, September 17, 2020.
As part of a week-long special series on food and climate change, Carbon Brief is hosting a free webinar to discuss whether we need to stop eating meat and dairy in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions globally.
No formal presentations – just an informed discussion with the expert panelists who will also be answering audience questions.
Dr Modi Mwatsama, senior science lead for food systems, nutrition and health at the Wellcome Trust
Dr Helen Harwatt, food and climate policy fellow at Harvard Law School and senior research fellow at Chatham House
Dr Tara Garnett, leader of the Food Climate Research Network
Prof Pete Smith, chair of plant and soil science at the University of Aberdeen
Daisy Dunne (science writer, Carbon Brief)
Josh Gabbatiss (policy writer, Carbon Brief)