Joseph Poore

Joseph Poore

Researcher at the University of Oxford

Joseph is a researcher at the University of Oxford, UK. His research seeks to increase our understanding of the environmental impacts of agriculture and identify ways to mitigate these impacts. His research has been published in Science and New Scientist, and covered by The Guardian, BBC, New York Times, and other international news organisations. His current research project focuses on how wolves and bears are using farmland abandoned in Spain following declines in agricultural land use and increases in their habitat. Prior to research he worked at a leading management consultancy in the beverages, brewing, processed foods, and financial services sectors.

Sunday - VGN Climate Summit
12:00pm

Your Food, Your Clothes, Your Future

The IPCC report that was leaked in August indicates that transitioning to a plant based diet is integral to saving ourselves from extinction, and the Amazon rainforest is being burned to the last tree primarily for cattle. So VGN has invited some of the top innovators in food, fashion, education, and personal care for a two-part discussion about where the science actually lies, how to live sustainably, whether or not over-population is a myth, and social psychology in a world of increasing climate despair.

Auditorium full timetable

Sunday - VGN Climate Summit
2:00pm

Moving to a plant-based food system: What do the experts say?

A number of influential studies suggest we need to move to a plant-based food system to tackle climate change. We speak to representatives from Oxford University and Harvard on what we need to do and whether certain claims are exaggerated

Auditorium full timetable

Sunday
12:00

Your Food, Your Clothes, Your Future

The IPCC report that was leaked in August indicates that transitioning to a plant based diet is integral to saving ourselves from extinction, and the Amazon rainforest is being burned to the last tree primarily for cattle. So VGN has invited some of the top innovators in food, fashion, education, and personal care for a two-part discussion about where the science actually lies, how to live sustainably, whether or not over-population is a myth, and social psychology in a world of increasing climate despair.

 

VGN Climate Summit full timetable

Sunday
2:00pm

Moving to a plant-based food system: What do the experts say?

A number of influential studies suggest we need to move to a plant-based food system to tackle climate change. We speak to representatives from Oxford University and Harvard on what we need to do and whether certain claims are exaggerated.

VGN Climate Summit full timetable