Feeding the City – screening and panel discussion

feeding the city

2nd November, 2021 – 12 Noon.

Zev Robinson

The Landing Hub, Right next door to: The Sustainable Glasgow, Landing 220 Broomielaw (entrance from Carrick Street) Glasgow, G1 4RU

Duration: 1 hr 15 min

A screening of Zev Robinson’s new documentary Feeding the City, created in collaboration with the University of Glasgow Food Sovereignty Network, about Glasgow’s food culture and its current dilemmas, looking at new initiatives by food businesses and producers, workers and activists to increase quality, accessibility and sustainability. Followed by a Q & A with Zev and key members of the Glasgow’s growing network.

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Zev Robinson: “Really thrilled that we’ll be screening Feeding the City at The Landing Hub, Nov 2 during COP26, with Abi Mordin and others as panelists talking about the Glasgow City Food Plan aiming to create a more sustainable, healthier food system in the city.”

Interviewees also include : Scott Erwin – GreenCity Wholefoods, Reuben ChestersLocavore, Jackie StockdaleGlasgow Community Food Network, Stuart MinnisPropagate and Urban Roots, Max JohnsonThe Wash House Garden, and Kieran Fowler – Glasgow Greens.

The documentary trailer – was created in collaboration with the University of Glasgow Food Sovereignty Network

the landing hub

The Landing Hub, will be open to the public from the 29th October to the 14th November 12noon – 10pm, they have a covered tent with a capacity of 450 + Cafe/Bar, toilets and a large screen + PA (Next to an outdoor exhibition called The Sustainable Glasgow Landing.

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