Find tangible solutions to food sustainability issues at A Well-Fed World Global Food Sustainability Conference

Are you thinking of moving towards a plant-based diet to help world food production and distribution become more sustainable? As organisers of some of Europe’s biggest vegan lifestyle events, VegfestUK attempt to address the underlying issues at their first-ever Global Food Sustainability Conference at their upcoming Brighton event.

With kind and generous support from USA-based hunger relief and vegan advocacy organisation A Well-Fed World, VegfestUK is certainly thinking big on the conference – a number of high-profile speakers in the field of food sustainability have come on board, and a 16-page conference booklet on all talks, speakers and a few suggested solutions is now available to view online at


VegfestUK organiser Tim Barford added, “I’ve always been inspired to try to do something positive about these issues – they’re so huge and often completely overwhelming. But it’s important to consider that some small efforts and changes in your life can actually make a difference. I’m thrilled to see the first vegan Global Food Sustainability conference taking place at VegfestUK Brighton this year. And I hope to see many more in”

Prominent figures to appear at this conference include:

– A Well-Fed World founding director Dawn Moncrief
– International Fund for Africa co-founder Anteneh Roba M.D.
– The PEA Awards founder Jarvis Smith,
– Bristol East vegan MP Kerry McCarthy,
– The UK Vegan Society Advocacy and Policy Officer Amanda Baker
– Viva! associate director Tony Wardle
– The Trussell Trust director David McAuley
– WWF food policy manager Duncan Williamson
– Brighton & Hove Food Partnership director Vic Borrill
and others.

Topics covered include:

– Growing your own Food
– Fruit Factories and Community Orchards
– Stockfree Community Growing
– How Global Meat Consumption Hurts the World’s Poor
– How Vegan Diets Best Reduce Global Warming
– Ethiopia Exporting Food Despite Ongoing Hunger Crises
– Helping People and Animals in Ethiopia
plus others.

Visit for full details.

The Global Food Sustainability Conference takes place on Sunday March 29th (11:30am-6pm) as part of a huge VegfestUK Brighton over the whole weekend (March 28th 29th) at the Brighton Centre. Other features of VegfestUK Brighton include: a Party Political Conference (Saturday), a LifeWell Hub, a Hemp Expo, the UK’s first Vegan Comedy Festival, plus dozens of talks and cookery demos, a Food Village, over 180 stalls, a Cinema, a Kids Area, plus lots more.

Admission to the whole VegfestUK Brighton event is by both advance tickets and tickets on the gate. Advance tickets are £5 a day and £8 for the whole weekend. Tickets are available on ‘Buy One Get One Half Price’ until March 21st at Tickets on the gate are £8 for adults and £4 for claimants. Kids under 16 can enter for free.

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