Webinars & Podcasts

Webinars

Unlocking sustainable eating

In our latest webinar, three leading experts share their perspective on sustainable eating through the lens of nutrition research, consumer insights, and a local food system.

Dr Gilly Hendrie, Nutrition Research Scientist, CSIRO, highlights key features of current Australian dietary patterns that make them sustainable and what this means for behaviour change;

Samantha Silva, Research Director, Pollinate, shares new consumer insights on what motivates people to eat sustainably; and

Professor Karen Charlton, School of Medical, Indigenous and Health Sciences, University of Wollongong, presents opportunities for dietitians to support sustainable eating by applying a food systems approach at the community level.

Australian diets and sustainability: How do our current eating patterns stack up?

Dr Gilly Hendrie, Nutrition Research Scientist CSIRO, explores the extent of the inclusion of environmental sustainability in food-based dietary guidelines across the globe. She also discusses how Australian diets compare to global and national nutrition guidelines.

Practical recommendations are provided on steps to achieve a diet that is both healthy and sustainable.

Exploring sustainable diets – environmental impact and consumer perspective

In this webinar we hear from two experts:

  • Howard Parry-Husbands, CEO Pollinate, describes the consumer perspective and implications for nutrition communications in Australia

  • Dr Brad Ridoutt, Principal Research Scientist CSIRO, provides key findings from his research on the environmental impact of the Australian diet and implications for sustainable consumption habits

Podcasts

Australian diets and sustainability 

How do we translate the complex science of sustainability into everyday practical messages that can help consumers achieve a diet that is both healthy and sustainable?
In our latest podcast, Veronique Droulez, Senior Manager, Food & Nutrition, MLA continues the conversation with CSIRO principal research scientist, Dr Brad Riddout and research scientist, Dr Gilly Hendrie, to discuss Australian diets and sustainability and explore future directions for nutrition communications.

Exploring sustainable diets – environmental impact and consumer perspective

How do we translate the complex science of sustainability into everyday practical messages that can help consumers achieve a diet that is both healthy and sustainable?
In this in-depth conversation, Veronique Droulez, Senior Manager, Food & Nutrition, MLA talks to market researcher, Howard Parry-Husbands and principal research scientist, Brad Riddout to explore current research from both a scientific and consumer perspective and uncover future directions for nutrition communications.