It’s basically a big patch of floating rubbish in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, but what is it made of and how did it get there?
I have to say I experienced something pretty special just the other week. It was Global Table at the Melbourne Show Grounds earlier in September. Billed as an event that brings together the world’s brightest minds to solve our biggest food challenges, it had much to live up to.
PART 1 like it or not our relationship with food is changing
cuisine and invasive species – where to start?
filling the gap left by a decrease in meat consumption
how your food choices can help save the planet
How to avert a global meltdown in pollination capability
How we can pull humanity out of environmental poverty
How this restoration movement can bring health benefits to people too
Eating healthier isn’t as boring as you might think