Extinction and Livestock: Moving to a flourishing food system for wildlife, farm animals and us

Thursday 5 - Friday 6 October
9.30am-6pm
QE II Conference Centre, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE

​​This international conference, organised by Compassion in World Farming in partnership with the University of Winchester, WWF​ and others.

Livestock production and its use of finite resources is devastating biodiversity and pushing wildlife to the brink of extinction. If nature is to recover we need to move towards sustainable food and farming systems.

It will bring together diverse interests – conservation and livestock production, land and water use, the environment and climate change, ethics and economics, healthy and sustainable diets, food security, food business– and act as a catalyst for future collaboration and solution development.

Key speakers already confirmed include award-winning author, Dr Carl Safina, World Food Prize winner; Hans Herren, and Dr Hilal Elver, UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food.

5 October 2017 Day One – issues and impact

An evening networking event will focus on future foods.

6 October 2017 Day Two – practical and policy solutions.

Networking, debate and discussion will be built into the programme to stimulate ideas and hear practical contributions from all delegates. Everyone will have an opportunity to make their voice heard.

Delegates attending the conference will have the opportunity to contribute to the development of solutions-focused events to be held in diverse global locations.

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