Rachel Carson Memorial Lecture - Food Security or Democracy?
To celebrate Rachel’s Carson’s centenary, PAN UK is pleased to present the 2007 Rachel Carson Memorial lecture
Food Security or Food Democracy? Awkward questions in food policy
Tim Lang, Professor of Food Policy at City University
Breaking the Silence
A theatre piece on the life of Rachel Carson
by Liz Rothschild
On the evening of 6th December 2007 in the Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental and African Studies, London, the event includes a organic drinks, buffet and music.
This year Pesticide Action Network UK’s welcomes Tim Lang, Professor of Food Policy at City University and The Observer Food Monthly Lifetime Achievement Award Winner 2007, as our guest speaker on the 6th December 2007 at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London.
In his talk “Food Security or Democracy?”, Tim will cover the current situation in food policy/politics, and assess the competing visions in the future. There is also an exclusive showing of “Breaking the Silence”: a one woman show dramatising the life and times of Rachel Carson who fought against many personal and governmental obstacles to alert the world to the harmful effects of chemicals in our environment.
The ticket price, as always, includes organic drinks, a delicious buffet and live music. There is also a discount if you book your place before the 6th November.
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