Talking food and climate - how sustainable is your diet?

The way we produce food and the way we eat affects more than just our health, it also has a significant impact on our planet and climate. Decisions made at each step of the food supply chain, from paddock to plate, present opportunities to protect our natural resources. A whole-of-system approach is urgently required to shift both food production and consumption practices.

Join Advanced Accredited Practicing Dietitian Liza Barbour from the Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food, to learn more about healthy and sustainable diets, and a range of policy interventions we can advocate for to promote a population-level shift towards these diet-related practices.

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Event details

Time: 12:00-12:45pm AEST

Date: Thursday 10th June 2021

Monash staff and students register at the health and wellbeing booking system

Those who are not a staff or student, and wish to register, are to complete this form.


Advanced Accredited Practicing Dietitian Liza Barbour

Liza has over 18 years of practical experience as a Public Health Dietitian, working in metropolitan, rural and remote settings in Australia and internationally. For the past 10 years, Liza has been teaching nutrition and dietetics students here at Monash University, including a unit she designed on food sustainability systems.