Food for Thought Lecture Series: Connecting the dots for a sustainable healthy diet culture

Event

Online event

Connecting the dots for a sustainable healthy diet culture: The role of an industry-consumer nexus

Speaker: Dr Ebenezer Miezah Kwofie, Assistant Professor and Co-Director, Integrated Food and Bioprocess Engineering Program, Bioresource Engineering Department
Ebenezer Miezah Kwofie is an assistant professor and co-director of the Integrated Food and Bioprocess Engineering Program at the Bioresource Engineering Department, McGill University. He received the 2021 Distinguished Young Alumni Award, Macdonald Campus, McGill University. Dr Kwofie’s research explores the dynamics and trade-offs of environmental, economic, and product-process quality to address food system sustainability and resilience. His current research focuses on industrial eco-efficiency optimization through life cycle sustainability assessments; circular bioeconomy pathways analysis; and consumer-focused decision support systems for promoting sustainable and healthy food choices.


Food for Thought Lecture Series

Our annual Food for Thought Public Lecture Series is entering its 23rd season of bringing timely science topics to the community: our neighbours, alumni, students, staff and faculty!

We are happy to be back in person on Macdonald Campus for this year’s lecture series. To accommodate all of our audience members and in an abundance of caution, all lectures will also be streamed online.

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This year's theme:
“The Food-Water-Energy Nexus: Dignified lives for billions on a finite planet”

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