Appetite For Destruction Food Could Make Or Break Our World

Things to do Loving Hut Brisbane , Mount Gravatt Saturday August 19 2017
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Appetite For Destruction  Food Could Make Or Break Our World
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Guest speaker Gerard Wedderburn-Bisshop worked as a Principal Scientist with Queensland Government Natural Resources, monitoring large scale deforestation. Gerard will be visiting Loving Hut Brisbane for a one hour presentation on the agricultural impact on our planet's future.
Three planetary support systems – diversity of life, nitrogen balance and climate change – have been overstepped, threatening all life on earth. In the next 40 years we need to produce as much food as we have in the previous 500 years, as populations grow and demand for meat and dairy products increases, but current agricultural systems cannot meet this demand. Science now reveals that a global plant-based diet will have a profound impact, healing our natural environment, our health and our children’s future.
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Venue name: Loving Hut Brisbane
Address: Shop 2/1420 Logan Rd.
Mount Gravatt
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