In "Food Systems", the FFA interviews politicians, civil society representatives, thought leaders, scientists, activists, farmers, business leaders and many others. What do they all share? Ideas and action on how we can deliver a safe, plentiful, and above all sustainable food system that works for everyone.
Eating Meat with Philip Lymbery
In this episode we talk to Philip Lymbery, CEO of Compassion in World Farming and author, about sustainable and humane meat consumption, lab-grown meat and its possible effects on society, as well as his policy ideas for a more sustainable agricultural system.
Startups with Christine Gould
In this episode we talk to Christine Gould, CEO of Thought For Food, about startups, breaking through, the lessons of success and failure, and where she sees the biggest gaps.
Sustainable diets with Brent
In this episode we talk to Brent Loken, Global Food Lead Scientist at WWF, about sustainable diets, reducing meat consumption, what the perfect farm looks like and how fast we will need to make the transition to a new food system.
New Zealand Farming with Ben O'Brien
In this episode we talk with Ben O'Brien, Director - Europe for New Zealand Beef and Lamb, about farming without subsidies, the potential for CAP and trade in agriculture, and look ahead to New Zealand agriculture under Jacinda Ardern's 2nd term as Prime Minister.
European Policy with Tassos Haniotis
In this episode we talk with Tassos Haniotis, Director of Strategy, Simplification and Policy Analysis, DG AGRI, European Commission about the next CAP reform, the impact of the Farm to Fork Strategy, and whether consumers make rational choices.
Session 2: Rewarding agriculture’s potential solutions for biodiversity and climate change