Feeding the World in 2050 – A Policy Symposium

November 26, 2012

The UCD Institute of Food and Health will host a policy seminar on the topic: Feeding the World in 2050 on the 15th and 16th January 2013. The seminar will explore the challenges facing food production in the decades ahead and discuss what the global implications will be. Speakers at this two day event include international renowned scientists and thought leaders in critical areas such as climate change, crop production, international food policy and alternative energy sources . For more details of the programme and speakers download the flyer or visit http://www.ucd.ie/foodandhealth/2050/

Registration for the event is €75 (with lunch included on both days and an informal reception at the end of day 1) and a fee of €40 is being applied for registered students. To avail of the student rate, please register directly with Geraldine  Quinn (geraldine.quinn@ucd.ie) rather than via the portal on the site.

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