Lenses of Sustainability Dialogue Series: “Local Food” – Oct 7, 2015. RSVP required

Lenses of Sustainability is a campus-wide, student-led dialogue series designed to bring students, faculty, staff, and community together to re-imagine sustainability, gain wider perspectives on pressing issues, and discuss opportunities to make an impact towards a more sustainable future.

This dialogue series aims to foster a sense of community at UBC by bringing together a diverse audience, creating a space for cross-faculty conversations and interdisciplinary collaboration, and creating a shared understanding of pressing societal issues.

Join us for complimentary tea-tasting, story-telling, interactive discussions, and a delicious catered dinner.

Lenses of Sustainability: Local Food Guest Speakers

  • Carrie James, Graduate Student, ISLFS; UBC SEEDS Program
  • Rickey Yada, Dean of Faculty of Land and Food Systems, UBC
  • Lloyd Bernhardt, CEO, Ethical Bean Coffee

Date October 7th, 2015 | 5-7:30pm

Location BC Hydro Theatre, Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability, 2260 West Mall.
Registration is required, space is limited to 60 participants. Registration is free.

This event is wheel-cheer accessible, the meal will have vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options.

Our series comprises three dialogues over the 2015-2016 Academic Year:

  • Local Food: October 7th at the Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability
  • Happiness: November 4th at the Student Nest
  • Sense of Place: January 20th at the UBC Longhouse

This dialogue series aims to foster a sense of community and sustainability at UBC by bringing a diverse audience together through cross-faculty conversation and creating space for interdisciplinary collaboration.

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