Feeding the Future: Food Sustainability and Climate Change Opening Event

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A keynote discussion with Boston restauranteur Irene Li, cofounder and co-owner of Mei Mei Dumplings, will open Harvard Radcliffe Institute’s 2023 science symposium, “Feeding the Future: Food Sustainability and Climate Change.” Li is the winner of a 2022 James Beard Leadership Award, which recognizes “the visionaries responsible for creating a healthier, safer, and more equitable, and sustainable food system.” She will discuss her efforts to offer healthy, sustainable food through equitable partnerships and business models with Barbara Moran, a correspondent on WBUR’s climate and environmental team. Li is coauthor, with her sister Margaret, of the new cookbook Perfectly Good Food: A Totally Achievable Zero Waste Approach to Home Cooking (W. W. Norton, 2023). The evening will begin with a reception for registered in-person attendees catered by Mei Mei Dumplings. This program and the public reception that precede it are cosponsored by the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability at Harvard University.
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