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Watch talks from our recent Food themed Partnership Gathering


On 21st May 2015, we partnered with Bristol Food Network CIC to offer Partnership members the opportunity to look through a food lens at what Bristol is doing as a Green Capital – what’s happening now, what’s in the pipeline, and how the whole city can play it’s part in making Bristol a sustainable food city.

As well as updates from Bristol Green Capital Partnership CIC and the Bristol 2015 team, we heard from a range of project leaders in the city throughout the event. Joy Carey inspired as she described the story of how Bristol has become a leading sustainable food city, and then introduced a series of workshop discussions to support the next stage in the journey – a 5 year food Action Plan to be completed this summer as part of a bid for Bristol to win a silver award as a Sustainable Food City.

Thank you to Ecomedia for filming the event, At-Bristol for their event support, Jenny Foster from Fairtrade Bristol for providing PA and Fairtrade Chocolates, Resurgence & Ecologist magazine, all our speakers, and the organisations and individuals who either hosted or participated in the roundtable discussions.

First Session

Featuring Nina Skubala, Liz Zeidler, Gary Topp (Bristol Green Capital Partnership), Zoe Sear (Bristol 2015 Company), Joy Carey (Bristol Food Network CIC & Food Policy Council) and Angela Raffle (Food Policy Council)

Second Session

Featuring short talks from Kalpna Woolf (91 Ways to Build a Global City Project) and Chris Sunderland (Real Economy)

Third Session

Featuring short talks from Glyn Owen (The Big Picnic, Food for Life Partnership) and Hattie Parke (FoodCycle)

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