Sophie Lamond is a PhD student at the University of Melbourne where she researches university food policy and student activism.
As a young academic activist Sophie runs the Fair Food Challenge. Fair Food Challenge facilitates student-led co-design of fair food policies for Australian universities, and campaigns for healthy, sustainable and equitable food environments.
In 2017 Sophie was awarded the Australasia Green Gown Awards - Student Award of Excellence. Sophie has run community kitchens, mentored food projects and hosts the occasional apocalyptic dinner party. She has a keen interest in civil society advocacy and founded the Melbourne chapter of the Youth Food Movement, has been a committee member of the Australian Food Sovereignty Allianceand a member of the Right to Food Coalition.
She speaks, writes and facilitates events to open up conversations about good food and to explore possible food futures/ She lectures and tutors in food politics.
June 4th, 2019 | 52 mins 2 secs
bruce pascoe, charles massy, climate change, compost, dark emu, farming, food, land rights, permaculture, sustainability, waste, water rights
The second of a four-part series, recorded at the Living Pavilion, University of Melbourne. Climate Bites are lunchtime panels with experts where audience members are welcome to engage on a particular topic. In this episode, food.