Food good - All good?
Our entire existence is deeply rooted in what we eat every day - our food. A look at our diet reveals the close interconnectedness of humans, the animal and plant world and global resources.
Yet despite the great importance of our food, we live in a consumer culture in which appreciation for our livelihood and nutrition is often lacking. Instead, profit maximization and waste of resources dominate, and in light of our planet's crises, it is clear that our food needs radical changes that must leave no one behind.
Dr. Silke Lichtenstein, graduate ecotrophologist, managing director of the Dr. Rainer Wild Foundation for Healthy Nutrition in Heidelberg and board member of the professional association Oecotrophologie e.V.
Florian Schwinn, author, environmental journalist and presenter of the award-winning radio programme Der Tag on Hessischer Rundfunk.Prof. Harald Lemke, philosopher and author. He teaches at the Center for Gastrosophy at the University of Salzburg and at the Slow Food University of Gastronomic Sciences Pollenzo (Italy). He also holds visiting professorships in Kyoto and Shanghai and is co-founder of the Hamburg Food Council.
Moderation: Marina Rudyak, sinologist and policy advisor in the field of sustainable development.
In the context of the series Heidelberg Kocht!
As part of the International Science Festival - Geist Heidelberg
The Heidelberg Kocht! events can be booked individually or as a Combiticket booked. The four events on Saturday, November 20, can also be booked at a reduced rate as a Day ticket booked at a reduced price. Please note the different price levels.
Scenarios for a nutritional turnaround
Silke Lichtenstein, Florian Schwinn & Harald Lemke
Geist Heidelberg In dialogue
Prices plus fees
Regular 11,90 €
Reduced 9,90 €
Member 6,90 €