The Green Transition - Contributions from Sociology of Food
Public seminar and following reception
Open to all, requires prior registration.
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Deadline: June 9, 2022
The Green Transition calls for new patterns of food production and consumption.
To help inform this vast transformation research from a wide array of sciences must be mobilized. In this seminar we set out an agenda for how sociology of food can contribute to the green transition. Theoretical reflections and empirical examples will be presented.
If there are too few seats, those registering first will have priority.
The seminar is held shortly before Professor Lotte Holm (IFRO) turns 70 and will therefore be followed by a reception in honour of Lotte.
NB: The reception is held at Rolighedsvej 23 in the Back building, ground floor.
12.30 Welcome – Peter Sandøe, Professor, IFRO
12.40-13.25 Sociology on ‘behaviour change’ Alan Warde, Professor of Sociology, School of Social Sciences, and Professorial Fellow of the Sustainable Consumption Institute, University of Manchester, UK.
13.30-13.50 Change your life! Sociological perspectives on interventions for diet change – Professor Lotte Holm, IFRO
13.50-14.00 Short break
14.00-14.20 Curbing meat consumption: Motivations or practices? – Associate Professor Thomas Bøker Lund, IFRO
14.20-14.40 Taste for the future: necessity and sustainability as normative principles for a new food and nutrition system – Associate Professor Wesley Dean, IFRO
14.40-14.55 Older adults: How can we use their experience with food in the green transition? – Assistant Professor Sidse Schoubye Andersen, IFRO
14.55-15.10 Responsible food practices. Marginalized and relatively deprived groups as role models. – Assistant Professor Kia Ditlevsen, IFRO
15.10-15.30 Putting normalization on the climate agenda – Bente Halkier, Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen, and member of the Danish Council on Climate Change (Klimarådet)
15.30-16.00 Concluding discussion chaired by Peter Sandøe
16.10- Reception to honour Lotte Holm