Event: Changing Patterns of Food Demand, London, 10 Nov 2015

17 Oct 2015

Event: Changing Patterns of Food Demand, London, 10 Nov 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elisabetta Aurino and Meena Fernandes will present their work on adolescent patterns of food demand and gender bias in dietary diversity at a symposium on Global Food Security: Adaptation, Resilience and Risk, on 10 November. The conference will explore the complex inter-linkages between food, water, land and environment as well as the food supply chain and changing patterns of food demand.

Full details of the programme available on the UCL website

BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities/UCL Grand Challenges Symposium Series
Global Food Security: Adaptation, Resilience and Risk
9-10 November 2015 | Roberts Building, UCL

Day Two - Tuesday 10 November
10.30 Session 3 Changing Patterns of Food Demand

  • Antony Froggatt ‘Shifting consumption: encourage behaviour change through awareness-raising’
  • Elisabetta Aurino ‘Changing patterns of food demand: the case of adolescent patterns’
  • Meena Fernandes ‘Gender Bias in Dietary Diversity in the Lifecourse of Children and Adolescents in India’
  • Lukasz Aleksandrowicz ‘Dietary intake in India: a data issue?’

 

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