Share your thoughts on the future of food

Image source: National Herald (L), Pixabay (R)

A big global challenge is to feed 8 billion people equally well, as the population rises and as ecosystem damage and climate change threaten our food supplies. Our food systems are unhealthy for the planet and our diets are unhealthy for people.

We are Flow Associates working with Flow India and People’s Palace Projects do Brasil. We are carrying out research for Lloyd’s Register Foundation and the Science Museum Group, who want to know what people in UK, Brazil and India think about food sustainability, so that interested organisations can engage them more effectively on these issues.

What interests you about food and the state of the planet? What do you think are the solutions? And how do you like to learn about these issues?

We would be grateful if you can give a few minutes to share your thoughts on these questions. The survey takes no more than 10–12 minutes.

In English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HJHQR7H

In Hindi: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/XPVRZDN

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Flow India is an education and culture organization with a human-centred design focus.

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Flow India is an education and culture organization with a human-centred design focus.

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