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Invitation to take part in food system research in Bristol UK

Bristol and the Southwest Food System Research Bristol and Bath Science Park on the 1st November, 29th November (2011) and 12th of January 2012 10:00 - 16:30.

You are invited to participate in an EU funded modelling of Bristol and the South West's food sector - The CONVERGE project is investigating how we can manage and allocate the earth's resources fairly and make the transition towards a sustainable future. For this research we will be working with local business and organisations affected by the food sector to investigate the potential impacts of things like climate change, population demographics, and rising oil and fertiliser prices on the food system and related industries. We do this through workshops - our first workshops took place last month in Reykjavik in Iceland - a country with a high dependence on imported goods. Through these workshops we will develop a vision for a sustainable food system, and produce a realistic computer model of how a sustainable local food system could operate in Bristol including production, employment, import, export etc. 

First stakeholder workshop held in Iceland

Reykjavik, Iceland 28. Sept. 2011

– The first workshop with stakeholders in the Converge Project was held today in Reykjavik, Iceland. Twenty-three individuals from all walks of life attended the full-day workshop, the first of three such meetings in Iceland.

The participants came from many different parts of the food production sector, Innovation Centre, civil society organizations, consulting, government, waste sector as well as consumers and members of the public interested in nutrition and food culture. The focus was on sustainable food production and consumption in Iceland.

The group made some very solid first steps towards a vision for a sustainable food system and a practical implementation plan which the stakeholders will be able to take with them at the end of the project. For more information on the workshops please visit www.convergeproject.org/workshopinfo

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