Annual Lecture 2019: Eating and the common good

By David Nussbaum 09 Apr 2019

David Nussbaum was invited to give our first annual lecture.

He is CEO of The Elders (an independent group of global leaders working together for peace, justice and human rights founded by Nelson Mandela) and formerly CEO at WWF-UK and at Transparency International.

His lecture addressed the question, is there a way to eat that is good for me, good for others and good for the planet?

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