Is our food production and consumption sustainable in a future where a climate-ravaged planet has too many mouths to feed?
Professor Tilly Collins from Imperial College London and James Lloyd-Jones of Jones Food Production explore new forms of food production from what, for many, looks like science fiction and extreme farming.
Will seaweed, insects, hydroponics, lab-grown meat or another, as yet unconsidered forms of food or production be our saviour, as we struggle globally to meet demand?
This engaging and thought-provoking conversation will bring home the decisions that need to be made now to ensure our food production is fit for purpose. We have to embrace science and nature and work together to ensure that the future of food is secured.