Cover image: Reboot the Conversation at the Fairtrade Festival

Reboot the Conversation at the Fairtrade Festival

Is it sustainable to eat meat? Should we forage mushrooms? What can we do to make a difference?

In February, many of you joined us for an interactive, whirlwind of an event where we came together with M&S and young climate activists to Reboot the Conversation on climate and food.

Did you miss it? Highlights from the event are now available to watch on our YouTube channel.

What does it mean to eat sustainably?

Listen to our activists Izzy McLeod and Dominique Palmer, as they join with Sustainability Manager for M&S Foods Emmanuelle Hopkinson to discuss what it means to eat sustainably.


How are M&S responding to the climate crisis?

Emmanuelle Hopkinson, Sustainability Manager for M&S Foods, explains how Marks & Spencer are responding to the climate crisis through their relationships with farmers, suppliers and communities.


What next?

Continue the conversation with your friends, family, students and colleagues.

Use our videos and conversation starters to get to grips with climate change issues, share your hopes and fears for the future, and find ways to spark change.

The full conversation is split into three 15 minute topics on climate and nature, food and fashion.

If you're using the questions in your classroom, you can either print and cut out the questions - for learners to pick out of a jam jar, or use the website as an interactive way to engage students with the questions.

Visit the hub