The Future of Food

Washington, District of Columbia
Friday, October 07, 2016
The Future of Food
Friday, October 07, 2016 3:00 PM -
Saturday, October 08, 2016 8:00 PM

JW Marriott
1331 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20004
United States

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“Thanks to all who attended or viewed the Future of Food conference! For those who missed it, you can watch the event recording on HSUS’s Farm Animal Protection Facebook page. Enjoy!” 


Interested in what the future holds for food?

Come hear Peter Singer—philosopher, author, and professor at Princeton—speak on the topic and join leaders in the food sustainability world as they're interviewed on-stage by some of America's most prominent food and agriculture journalists. 

Whether you’re concerned about public health, the environment, animal welfare, food efficiency, rural America, or all the above, this is the symposium for you!

And it’s only $35! Tickets are limited and are first-come, first-served. Register today to save your spot!


Journalist Moderators

Alan Bjerga covers global food policy for Bloomberg News and is a journalism instructor at Georgetown University. He’s served as president of the National Press Club and president of the North American Agricultural Journalists. @AlanBjerga



Justin Worland is a journalist with TIME, covering energy, environment, sustainability and related topics. He’s also the former managing editor of the Harvard Crimson. @JustinWorland 

 

Marc Gunther is a veteran journalist, editor at large for the Guardian, a contributor at FORTUNE magazine, and the author of Faith and Fortune: How Compassionate Capitalism is Transforming American Business. @MarcGunther

 

 

 

 




Eliza Barclay is an editor overseeing the science, health, environment, and energy coverage at Vox.com. Formerly, she was a reporter and editor of NPR's food blog, The Salt. @elizabarclay



Ian Kullgren is a journalist covering agriculture for Politico. Prior to Politico, Ian served as a state legislative reporter for The Oregonian.  @IanKullgren


Tamar Haspel, a journalist on the food and science beat, writes the James Beard award-winning Washington Post column, Unearthed.  @TamarHaspel

 

Contact Information

  • Kimmie at kharlow@humanesociety.org

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