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Paradigm shift: ‘Sustainability does not mean sacrifice, it can mean a better life’

When it comes to sustainability, academic research is at the heart of moving ideas forward, creating innovation and generating effective policy, Food Matters Live says in the introduction to it May 2023 podcast on sustainability.

Seeking to maximise the positive impact of the research in this area, in 2022 the University of Surrey launched the Institute for Sustainability.

Exploring topics such as green living, net-zero energy and environmental prosperity, the institute promotes an interdisciplinary approach and focuses on contributing to a future where people’s lives are both sustainable and fulfilling.

The rallying cry from our guest today is: “For too long, we have perceived sustainability negatively, as a sacrifice. But it actually means achieving a better life”.

So, how does that work? And how will Surrey’s Institute for Sustainability help us get there?

Listen to a Food Matter Live podcast here, featuring Professor Lorenzo Fioramonti, Founding Director, Institute for Sustainability.

Source: Food Matters Live
Image: Credit annca from Pixabay

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