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Event Date: Monday, April 22, 2013, 5:30 pm

Sacha Pfeiffer Moderates A Panel On The Future Of Food

WBUR and The Nature Conservancy invite you to join us for a community discussion on The Future of Food on Monday, April 22, 5:30-9:30 p.m. at the Artists for Humanity EpiCenter.

0312_sachaSacha Pfeiffer, host of WBUR’s All Things Considered, moderates the conversation featuring speakers Michael Leviton, chef, Lumière and Area Four, Chefs Collaborative; Oran Hesterman, founder, Fair Food Network; Paul Greenberg, author of Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food; and David Cleary, strategy director, agriculture, The Nature Conservancy. Together, they will explore the topic of food, one of the most critical conservation challenges of our time.

Tickets are just $25 each, or $60 for a series pass, and includes admission to the pre-event reception featuring refreshments, good conversation and activities that will bring you closer to the work to save nature.

The Future of Food is the kick-off event to The Future of Nature, a three-part speaker series taking place in April, May and June. The series is designed with the intention of sparking a community discussion about how everyone can play a part in finding solutions to the challenges of how to meet global food, energy and water needs in the coming decades. For more information on the series, visit nature.org/futureofnature.

The Future of Nature is co-presented by WBUR and The Nature Conservancy. 

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  • PPH

    A visionary thinker who you should get to join one of your panels in this series on the future of food and nature is Shaun Paul, http://www.linkedin.com/in/shaunpaul, who is in the Boston area. He founded several high impact organizations addressing this topic and now taking on redefining and catalyzing finance for sustainable food and nature.

  • Kate

    I hope you will be inviting James McWilliams! http://james-mcwilliams.com/

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