In this evening lecture, Professor Peter Lillford CBE (York University) will discuss issues influencing “Food Security”, with special reference to the technologies necessary to ameliorate potential food crises. He will discuss the issues around a sustainable food supply: alternatives to the current food systems are not wholly compatible with our existing supply chains, and it seems likely that new market forces and manufacturing systems will be as important as our primary agricultural supply.
The Conference took place on Thursday 9th December 2010 at the Wellcome Collection Conference Centre, London.
The aim of the conference was to explore the implications of recent changes within government for the development and delivery of sustainable development, and what this means for the research community’s activities and priorities.
On Thursday 21st May 2009, over 45 representatives of business, academia, government and delivery bodies and agencies, attended the SDRN workshop ‘Business resource efficiency: luxury or necessity?’. Organised by AEA Technology as part of SDRN’s research into practice workstream, the workshop sought to explore the extent to which businesses could be encouraged to improve their research efficiency and procurement practices.
‘Sustainable development: new issues, new challenges
The 2008 Annual SDRN Conference took place on Thursday 11th September at the RSA, London. Many thanks to all the SDRN members that helped to make this year's SDRN Annual Conference another great success. Over 150 SDRN members attended the event to listen to a host of speakers discussing sustainable development research and policy.