Join us for a screening of Cornwall Climate Care’s latest film Hungry for Change alongside the Save Our Wild Isles production of Hungry for Change at St Ives Arts Club, followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and contributors: local forager Josh Quick, microbiologist Olivia Champion and founder of Gleaning Cornwall Holly Whitelaw.
In keeping with the theme of the film and to celebrate alternative food sources, at this event we’ll be serving some mystery climate-friendly foods that you will almost certainly never have tasted before… will you dare to give them a try?
Doors open at 18:30
Film screening starts at 19:00
Tickets are £5 + Eventbrite fees
Hungry for Change
We import nearly 50% of all our food in the UK … and waste one-third of it. So it is unsurprising that the food we eat and the way we produce it is responsible for a huge part of our carbon emissions.
Cornwall Climate Care‘s Hungry for Change, the latest episode in the Cornwall’s Climate Stories series, looks at our reliance on this intensive, hyper-globalised, fossil fuel-driven food system – which is itself becoming more and more vulnerable to climate shocks.
The film is presented by forager Josh Quick, who asks whether there are ways of producing more of our food locally and in more imaginative but less damaging ways. It takes a fascinating and inspiring look at a whole range of stories, from the gleaners picking ‘waste’ crops in our fields to projects growing food in unusual places and a microbiologist keen to get us all eating low-carbon insects.
Watch the Trailer below:
Save Our Wild Isles: Hungry For Change
Inspired by Wild Isles, the iconic BBC nature documentary series, WWF, the RSPB, the National Trust and Silverback Films have come together to produce four films for businesses and organisations across the UK.
We will be screening one of those films, Save Our Wild Isles: Hungry for Change, alongside our own film of the same name. It reveals the impact of the food system on nature in the UK and explores what actions businesses, employees, and farmers can take to reduce their impact.
Hear from leaders in the food and farming community, including Henry Dimbleby MBE (Author of the National Food Strategy) Tony Juniper CBE (Chair, Natural England), Ken Murphy (Group Chief Executive, Tesco), Dame Sharon White (Chairman, John Lewis Partnership), nature-friendly farmers like Patrick and David Barker (Lodge Farm) and Neil Heseltine (Hill Top Farm) and others on how businesses can help solve critical issues in the food system and put nature at the heart of their decision-making.
Watch the series trailer below: