UBC 100 What’s Next? : Meeru Dhalwala – Future of Food Sources
What will we eat when we need to feed 11 billion people globally by 2100? With rapid population increase and climate change coupled with the focus on cash crops and loss of food diversity, is a fundamental shift in our diets and the way our food is supplied essential for us to be able to feed ourselves equitably worldwide? Hear from chef, restaurateur and climate change activist, Meeru Dhalwala, on her insights on these and other aspects of our future food sources.
Hosted by Professor Rickey Yada, Dean, Faculty of Land and Food Systems.
Saturday May 28 | 3:00 – 4:00 pm
UBC Vancouver (Room TBA)
Cost: $10 per person – Purchase Tickets
About UBC 100 What’s Next? On May 28th, join us at the Vancouver campus as we close out UBC’s Centennial year. You’ll hear from some great minds providing perspectives on topics of the future and the day will culminate in a talk from William Shatner about the importance of living a life driven by curiosity.