Will an end to the UK lockdown mean a return to less sustainable eating habits?
Join us for a learning lunch on Wednesday 18 November.
Lockdown has meant food ‘on the go’ hardly features in people’s diets at all. Will more people continue to cook from scratch post COVID-19? Or will we see a bounce back to our ‘normal’ eating habits?
Join Policy@Manchester on Wednesday 18 November to hear Dr Jo Mylan talk about how our eating habits have changed during lockdown, and how these changes will be affected by a return to pre-COVID routines. Her presentation will be followed by a Q&A.
Register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and a Zoom link will be sent in advance of the event. Be sure to include the date and title of the event in your email, to avoid confusion with other events in this series.
Dr Jo Mylan
Jo Mylan is Lecturer in Sustainability and Innovation at Alliance Manchester Business School. Jo is affiliated to both the Sustainable Consumption Institute and the Institute for Innovation Research. Her research explores how societies can transition to lower carbon modes of provision, with a focus on the relationship between business and sustainable consumption. Jo is currently working as a contributing author to the 6th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPPC).