23 - 26 JULY 2020 JODRELL BANK OBSERVATORY · CHESHIRE
Science & Tech
Sarah Bridle: Food and Climate Change
Sarah Bridle explains the main ways food contributes to our climate crisis, bust some myths about local and organic food, and suggest some ways food could be different in the future in her DotTalk at bluedot 2019.
Professor Sarah Bridle has been studying dark matter and dark energy for the last 20 years. Sarah is author of over 70 publications with over 3500 citations and led the first cosmology constraints from the biggest ongoing cosmological imaging survey, the Dark Energy Survey. Sarah leads the Greenhouse Gas and Dietary choices Open source Toolkit (GGDOT) which brings data scientists together with expertise on food psychology, nutrition and life cycle analysis with the aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from food choices.