Climate One at Duke University: How Climate Change Will Change the Way We Eat
If you enjoy chocolate, coffee, beer or just about anything else made from plants climate change has some changes in store for you. Weather that is changing both quickly and slowly is impacting agriculture around the world. Hop production is down, coffee-growing regions are shifting, and the price of chocolate is expected to rise due to alternating droughts and excessive rain. Companies are scrambling to understand what’s happening and keep delivering the food customers expect.
Join us at Duke University for a conversation about how our diets will be affected by climate change.
Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
100 Fuqua Drive
Senior Manager, Climate and Land, Mars Corporation
Senior Vice President, Food & Markets; Executive Director, Markets Institute, World Wildlife Fund
Director of Communications, The Good Food Institute
5 p.m. check in
5:30 p.m. program