Sarah Bridle is a professor of food, climate and society at the University of York and the author of the book, Food and Climate Change.
In this episode, Sarah covers:
- Her academic career from astrophysics to climate change. [Starts at 1:30]
- The relationship between food and climate change. [Starts at 4:45]
- Her research. [Starts at 6:20]
- Diet comparison and animal products. [Starts at 7:55]
- Sharing the data and food transport. [Starts at 12:10]
- The benefits of freezing. [Starts at 14:15]
- Food waste and packaging. [Starts at 15:30]
- Where to start making changes. [Starts at 18:35]
- Transforming the food system. [Starts at 19:45]
- Food production and land use. [Starts at 23:45]
- Sharing knowledge to enable informed choices. [Starts at 27:15]
- A national conversation about food. [Starts at 29:50]
- Build back better. [Starts at 33:50]
- Personal lifestyle changes. [Starts at 35:40]
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