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The Future of Food Security in Australia
What does the future hold for food security in Australia? Considered the “lucky country” with access to a variety of healthy and nutritious foods, do we face future food insecurity due to climate change, rising living costs and global catastrophic events such as COVID-19?

Join us for a virtual discussion from ANU experts within the College of Science and the College of Business & Economics to break down Australia’s current food security situation, the future outlook and how we can navigate future challenges, both domestic and abroad.

Dr Elizabeth (Liz) Clarke - (PhD 2016) – CEO Soils For Life

Professor Eric Stone - Professor, Research School of Biology; Research School of Finance,
Actuarial Studies and Statistics; Director, ANU-CSIRO Centre for Genomics, Metabolomics and Bioinformatics, ANU

Dr Robert Dyball - PhD (2005), Senior Lecturer, ANU Fenner School of Environment and Society

Ms Bronwyn Wilkes - BSc (Hons) (2003) – PhD Scholar |Associate Lecturer, Fenner School of Environment and Society

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Mar 15, 2021 06:30 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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