FOOD MATTERS - Food Security and the Future of Food

Wed, 4 Jul, 2018, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (GMT+8)
The HEAD Foundation 20 Upper Circular Road The Riverwalk #02-21 Singapore 058416

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Food is a basic human need, yet its availability in adequate, safe, nutritious and regular amounts for humans is by no means assured. While land and water for food production are both declining at alarming rates due to natural and human causes, the demand for food is still growing as populations all over the world increase. The unending questions – where food comes from; how it is grown; how climate change impacts the supply of vegetables and fish and what we can do about it; nutrition in diet; future new types of food that will be produced in factories; how safe is organic food and GMOs, etc – present some of the most pressing food-related issues everyone, from leaders and policymakers to corporate chiefs and man-in-the-street, needs to beware.
This seminar will address all these issues by the two speakers and authors of a new seminal book, Food Matters: Food Security and the Future of Food (Write Editions, 2018), Professor Paul Teng and Ms Manda Foo.




Prof Paul Teng is an academic with the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore with over 30 years of experience with agriculture and food issues in several continents. 

Ms Manda Foo is the owner and Chief Adventurer at Bollywood Adventures, a start-up that makes agriculture and farms accessible.


This event is specially organised in partnership with  The HEAD Foundation, a Singapore-based think tank devoted to the improvement of Education and Human Capital development in Southeast Asia and Write Editions.

Admission is free (By Invitation Only)

Disclaimer: The views expressed by the speakers in this talk are their own and do not represent the opinions of The HEAD Foundation.

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