LiveWell events

LiveWell at the ICUH 2014

March 13th 2014

LiveWell for LIFE is very proud to have taken part in the 11th International Conference on Urban Health (ICUH), which took place in Manchester, UK from 4-7 March 2014 within the astonishing walls of the Manchester Central Convention Complex. The ICUH[1] is described as the premier non-governmental global forum for information-exchange among urban health stakeholders,… read more

LiveWell webinar – 31 March 2015

March 4th 2014

Challenging the myth of cheap food Join our speakers for a free, hour long debate on the true cost of our food. The environmental and health costs of our food consumption are currently not reflected in food prices. Our western diets – high in meat, fat, sugar and highly-processed food – place costs on public… read more

Value your food conference

January 27th 2014

The global food system is broken; whereas almost 842 million people worldwide are chronically undernourished, 1.5 billion people are overweight. The European food system accounts for almost a third of the EU’s consumption related greenhouse gas emissions, and is responsible for biodiversity loss and deforestation. It is clear that the current models of development are… read more

LiveWell at Nutrition & Health Live 2013

October 21st 2013

LiveWell for LIFE was present at Nutrition & Health Live, which took place at London Olympia on 1-2 November. This was the first, largest and most comprehensive event for registered dieticians, nutritionists and all health care professionals working in the field of nutrition. Nutrition & Health Live comprised of four parallel Conference Theatres on each of the two… read more

First stakeholder workshop – Appetite for change

September 21st 2012

Around 60 representatives of various food, health and environmental organisations from across Europe participated in LiveWell for LIFE’s first stakeholder workshop organised on 18 September, in Brussels. The purpose of the event was to discuss and analyse the draft results of the first project research A balance of healthy and sustainable food choices for France, Spain,… read more

WWF UK One Planet Food Webinar: Tuesday 17 July 3.15 – 4.00pm

June 22nd 2012

Selling Sustainability? In search of the retail business case for sustainable diets WWF’s One Planet Food Programme aims to reduce the global environmental and social impacts of UK food production and consumption. Ours and other’s analysis shows that western diets are unsustainable. If the world ate as we do we would need nearly three planets… read more