H2 NO, the problems with water.
How much water do you eat every day? Water consumption doesn’t just happen when you have a drink; to grow, sustain and process the foods we eat takes a huge amount of water. By understanding where water is needed to produce food we can start to see where environmental issues are occurring and how our own choices can help feed a growing population without destroying the planet.
But if we stop buying from countries with low rain fall will this cause more issues for the planet, is the world economy more important than the environment and are their bigger issues to tackle first such as food waste and over consumption?
The session aims to give you a greater understating of a current food issue that has the potential to affect your food choices in the future and the world we live in. Backed by research from the Wellcome trust we hope to give you enough information for you to question your own habits and opinions.
By attending this session you will also get access to Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum for the day and be including in draw for a full one year pass to all Musuem sites!
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