Vegan vs vegan
Tue 15 Nov 2022, 18:30 - 19:45
- Accessible parking
- Baby changing facilities
- Online and in person
- Wheelchair accessible venue
- The British Academy and online
This event is part of the Being Human Festival
Is the move to a plant-based food system really the only way to protect animal rights and reduce environmental impact? Or can alternative sources of animal protein, including unfeeling invertebrates and cultivated meat, carve out a kinder and more eco-friendly space for animals in our food system? Spanning animal rights, sustainable lifestyles and the future of food, this debate asks two vegans to consider whether we can have our cow and eat her too.
Dr Josh Milburn, Lecturer in Political Philosophy and British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Loughborough University
Dr Corey Lee Wrenn, Lecturer in Sociology, University of Kent & Co-Founder, International Association of Vegan Sociologists
Evanna Lynch, Actor, Vegan Activist and Creator and Host of The ChickPeeps Podcast
This event will have live subtitles provided by StageTEXT, delivered by MyClearText.
Free, booking required
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