The Future We See - Food Systems

What does a food system look like that serves the well-being of people and the planet?

While agriculture and livestock food production in the world have become increasingly large-scale, industrial and ever more efficient for decades, the damage and inequality this food system causes is also becoming increasingly clear. Across the world, more and more people are therefore engaged in alternative, sustainable food production that ensures many generations to come to still have access to fertile, healthy land and clean water.

In this talkshow, we highlight some of these examples and hope to fuel the dialogue about this topic.


  • Rosinah Mbenya  - PELUM Kenya (via Zoom)
  • Matt Canfield -  University of Leiden
  • Ida Simonsen - Dutch UN Youth Representative Biodiversity and Food
  • John Arink - Ekoboerderij Arink (biodynamic farmer)


Farid Tabarki  - Studio Zeitgeist


Inspired? Join our 'The Future We See' - talkshow on September 28th! You can either attend live or online, quietly listen or actively participate in the discussion  - or during the drinks afterwards. We hope to see you there!

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Also take a look at our previous session

To get a glimpse of the atmosphere, see a short video of our last session (about economic systems):

And to dive in a little deeper, watch this compilation: