Seeds, Food and Climate Resilience Seminar

March 26, 2024

Poster of Seeds, Food and Climate Resilience Seminar, March 26, 2024
Seeds, Food and Climate Resilience Seminar 

March 26, 2024

Discover insights from the Seeds, Food, and Climate Resilience Seminar held on March 26, 2024. Explore the significance of genetically diverse seeds in our food systems and their crucial role in climate resilience. Learn from esteemed speakers representing Indigenous nations, NGOs, governments, farmers, and researchers as they delve into topics such as Indigenous seed sovereignty, seed diversity in Canada and the Global South, farming practices amidst climate change, and aid policies to fortify food system resilience.
 
Hear from leaders like Larry McDermott, Executive Director of Plenty Canada, Leticia Ama Deawuo from SeedChange, Nikki Auten from the First Nations Technical Institute, Jill Guerra from Global Affairs Canada, and Katie Ward from OurFarmCSA. Join the discussion on preserving our vital connection to the more-than-human world we inhabit. This seminar also marks the Ottawa launch of the Earth to Table Legacies book, embodying an intergenerational exchange of food sovereignty knowledge. Chairing the panel is Peter Andrée, a distinguished professor from Carleton University, renowned for his expertise in food and environmental politics.
 
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