Reading Cafe abt "Food Catastrophe"
Reading Café is similar to a book club idea, except we read and discuss articles of “current affairs”, not politics! No worries!
Next article titled “Food catastrophe, fixing that is everyone’s business”. Protected content
The war is disrupting food supplies. Russia and Ukraine contribute about half the cereals imported by Lebanon and Tunisia; for Libya and Egypt the figure is two-thirds. The two main wheat producers, China and India have been impacted by the extreme temperatures and lack of rain, which caused delayed planting last year. This dire situation calls for our attention, which crops being impacted most? Will this drive us to rethink our food consumption patterns? Is there a scope for substitution? I strongly believe collective visions will allow us to fix this, but how?
New to the Reading Café? No worries, here’s what you need to know…
1. Maximum of 20 people in order to have proper social-distancing for our well-being
2. Each table of 4 people to allow active conversation
3. You’ll receive a link to download this English article (max 10 pages) and please prepare some key points you wish to discuss
4. We usually meet on Tuesdays on a fortnightly basis
5. It’s a free-to-join event, come meet other readers too! This is a casual friendly conversation, so don’t be afraid to ask questions and let us know what you think
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