Howard Parry-Husbands from Pollinate, explains why ‘make every bite count’ is an engaging, actionable way to motivate people to eat sustainably.
Unlocking sustainable eating
In this webinar, three experts share their perspective on sustainable eating:
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, unpacks how sustainability has been included in dietary guidelines around the world, and explores Australian eating patterns compared to dietary guidelines.
Exploring sustainable diets
In this webinar we hear from two experts:
Howard Parry-Husbands, Pollinate, who describes the consumer perspective of sustainable diets and implications for nutrition communications; and
Dr Brad Ridoutt, Principal Research Scientist CSIRO, who shares his findings about the environmental impact of the Australian diet and what this means for sustainable consumption.