A symposium hosted by the University of Nottingham
This free inaugural symposium will bring stakeholders across business and society to discuss food surplus, food waste, and new social eating model success stories to map out the possibility of transformation and collaboration across sectors. Keynote speakers will be given by leading thinkers from a range of companies, charities, government, and grassroots movements.
We encourage academics working in these areas to submit a 1 page abstract and speak at this multidisciplinary event, which will involve preeminent specialists from a range of theoretical and applied disciplines. The full call for papers can be seen here.
We aim to provide a free lunch for all attendees made from local food surpluses. Spaces are limited for this event, so to avoid disappointment please register here as early as possible.
PhD Students and Early Career Researchers are encouraged to apply. Some travel bursaries are available for those who would otherwise struggle to attend. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.