Our plate is our most powerful weapon in fighting global warming and in protecting our planet.Today, our diets play a major role in the threats weighing on our planet. But, there is hope. Investigative journalist Benoît Bringer sets off on a global search for women and men who are inventing a new dietary model — one which respects both humankind and nature.

This documentary gives us hope, showing us how we can each be a force for change and develop recipes for an economically viable dietary transition.


This film can be viewed for free, at any time, through UQ's Kanopy subscription. Use your UQ credentials to login.

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Hosted by UQ Green Office Program and UQ Library 

Movie poster for "Food for Change"
Image from Kanopy




About UQ Sustainability Week 2022

Sustainability Week is an opportunity for the UQ community to celebrate and promote sustainability across UQ's campuses and sites. From August 15-19, a range of activities and events are hosted across all areas of the University, including markets, workshops, crafts and DIY, film screenings, specialist presentations, tree plantings, bird watching and garden tours, solar tours, forums and panel discussions, competitions and challenges to inspire sustainable behaviours.

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