Much of life is built around what we eat and how we eat it. At its best food can be joyful, sustaining and delicious. Yet, production is a major contributor to climate change and biodiversity loss. How can we eat as individuals and communities in a way which supports human and planetary health? How do we transition to a more sustainable form of food production in a just and fair way?
The latest edition of A Rocha UK’s magazine Root and Branch seeks to find a way through these questions with articles on the links between food and the environment, the theology of food, policy implications and rewilding.
Join us as we take a deep dive into these issues with writers from the magazine and hear from John White from Hazelnut Farm, a community farm near Bristol seeking to support church and community flourishing in the context of ecological crisis and one of our partners.