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Julian Cribb: What are the future challenges to our food system


Julian Cribb, Principal of Julian Cribb and Associates presentation on what are the future challenges to our food system at the National Sustainable Food Summit in Melbourne Australia on 5-6 April, 2011.

Julian Cribb is Adjunct Professor of Science Communication at the University of Technology Sydney and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE). He is founding editor of ScienceAlert, the leading Australasian science news site and of SciNews, Australia's specialist science media delivery service.

Editorial Notes: Suggested by Michael Lardelli.

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