Climate Cook-In: Rebellious Spring 1
UNBC Food Services and Eco Living Community are partnering to run a series of Climate Cook-Ins.
Climate Teach-Ins have become a popular way of creating climate dialogues at universities across the world. Our take on this model, is to bring climate discussions together with one of the main drivers of GHG emissions- food production and consumption.
These events will focus on local food production, processing, and consumption as ways to take action and cultivate hope in the face of anthropogenic climate change.
Each event will contain three parts: a discussion on food production and climate, a demonstration of how to cook a sustainable meal, and the sharing of that meal.
Today's event will be led by Doug Bell from Northern Lights Winery speaking on sustainability and carbon neutrality.
All are welcome.