This month’s Pulse of Europe/Euro Cafe will feature guest speaker Ped Asgarian, who will talk about ‘Propagating a New Food System: for People and the Planet.’ Brexit will have a profound impact on food and farming in the UK, particularly as it coincides with other challenges facing food production including environmental factors and climate change. The talk will be followed by general discussion with the Bath for Europe community. We hope to see you there!
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Ped Asgarian studied environmental sciences at University, leading to a career in food production and retail. He has been Managing Director of The Community Farm in Chew Magna – a Social Enterprise trying to revolutionise and innovate the food system for the betterment of people and the planet. In September he will be starting his new role as Director of the Feeding Bristol Charity, which aims to facilitate systemic change in the food system, while addressing issues of food poverty and insecurity in the region. He is also a founding member of the board of Bristol Food Producers, an organisation aiming to upscale local food production and distribution in Bristol.