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Michael Pollan, Rosie Boycott and Brigitte Baptiste in conversation with Ricardo Corredor Cure

Food and climate change.

Cartagena 2019, 

How can the world change its systems of food production so that they are self-sustainable and healthy both for the planet and for people? Brigitte Baptiste, director of the Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos Alexander von Humboldt, is a Colombian biologist specializing in biodiversity and the environment. Rosie Boycott is a British author and journalist who has written books such as Spotted pigs & Green tomatoes y Our farm: A Year in the Life of a Smallholding, where she reflects on the environments and food production. Michael Pollan, considered by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in 2010, has published numerous best sellers on food, among them The Omnivore Dilemma, Food Rules and Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation, a work that Netflix turned into a successful documentary series. They will be in conversation with Ricardo Corredor Cure about cooking and food nowadays and the long path towards the current situation.

Simultaneous English to Spanish translation available

With the support of Coosalud

Michael Pollan, Rosie Boycott and Brigitte Baptiste in conversation with Ricardo Corredor Cure