Join us for two events this Autumn to hear from leading experts on how climate change is shaping the future of transport and food.

Over the next 30 years, our transport world will change faster than it has done in the past century. As we accelerate progress to net zero, what does the future hold for our cars, trains and planes?

Transforming how we grow food and what we eat will be crucial to tackling the climate crisis. We'll be looking at new sources of protein from lab-grown meat to insects, exploring vertical farming and looking at the impact of food waste.

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Event Information

Future of Transport - 29 September

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In association with easyJet, the Times held a short virtual event on the future of transport which brought to life key areas covered in the Times Earth Supplement published on July 22.

This one-hour Times Earth session includes a fireside chat with David Morgan, Director of Flight Operations, easyJet and a panel discussion led by Hannah Prevett, Deputy Editor, The Times Enterprise Network to discuss how climate change is shaping the future of transport.

Hannah Prevett

Hosted by

HANNAH PREVETT

Deputy Editor

The Times Enterprise Network

David Morgan

DAVID MORGAN

Director of Flight Operations

easyJet

Mary Grant

MARY GRANT

Chief Executive Officer

Porterbrook

Graham Hoare

GRAHAM HOARE

President, Global Operations

Britishvolt

Isabel Dedring

ISABEL DEDRING

Global Transport Leader

Arup

12:30
01:30
PM GMT

Future of Food - 10 November

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In association with Santander, the Times is holding a short virtual event on the future of food which brings to life key areas covered in the Times Earth Supplement published on October 21. This one-hour Times Earth session will feature Andrew Williams, Santander’s Head of Food & Drink sector alongside business leaders and changemakers in food production and consumption led by a leading Times journalist.

Transforming how we produce and consume food will be crucial to tackling the climate crisis. Whether as a consumer, producer, retailer, or innovator - we will examine how to deliver the change needed to address the sustainability challenges for the sector and discuss new sources of protein, trends in packaging and the impact of food waste.

Lucy Siegle

Hosted by

LUCY SIEGLE

British Journalist

Saasha Celestial-One

SAASHA CELESTIAL-ONE

Co-Founder & COO, OLIO

Max Jamilly

MAX JAMILLY

Co-Founder, Hoxton Farms

Emma Piercy

EMMA PIERCY

Head of Climate Change & Energy Policy, FDF

Rhoda Trimingham

RHODA TRIMINGHAM

Director Of Studies, Loughborough University School of Design and Creative Arts

Richard Walker

RICHARD WALKER

Managing Director, Iceland

Andrew Williams

ANDREW WILLIAMS

Head of Food & Drink Sector, Santander

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