The politics and regulation of alternative protein/meat

Wednesday 10 November 2021
Time
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location
Online event
Cost
Free
Type
Lectures and seminars

Dr Hope Johnson (QUT) joins us to present her exciting new work on the politics and regulation of alternative/novel proteins, with commentary from Professor Michael Cardwell (University of Leeds).

Guest: Dr Hope Johnson (QUT)

Chair: Clare James

Commentator: Professor Michael Cardwell (University of Leeds)

Dr Johnson researches food and agricultural law, regulation and governance at international and domestic levels. She's published on global governance of food systems with a focus on agriculture, as well as Australia's regulation of food with a focus on sustainable diets.

Hope's recent research has focused on the regulation of alternative/novel proteins, food and packaging waste and sustainable consumption. An abstract of Hope’s talk will follow very shortly.