- January 20, 2020
18:00 - 20:00
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The Great Full Book Launch!
20 January 2020 from 18.00 to 20.00
Birdhaus is very excited to host the launch of the beautiful book “The Great Full – Sustainable Eating with Purpose and Joy”.
This book helps us to understand the impact of what we eat, on ourselves, others and the planet, and invites us to explore how we can engage with positive change, starting in our kitchens. Aside from 70 delicious vegetarian and plant-based recipes, the book includes a lot of interesting and well researched content, stories and advice from food systems expert and author Michelle Grant. At this event, Michelle will give us an overview of the book, answer all your burning questions related to food and sustainability and share some insights about the book writing process. This will be followed by a delicious apéro including recipes from the book and food from Green Daga.
You can get your signed copy of the book at the event, or if you already have it join and have your questions answered.
We are looking forward to see you on January 20th at Birdhaus. Space is limited, please sign up at the link below.
Michelle Grant was the founding Executive Director of the World Food System Center at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), where she continues her work as Faculty and Education Director. In parallel, Michelle runs The Great Full, a platform that supports individuals and organizations to contribute to personal, societal and environmental wellbeing thorough intentional eating, living and leading. Michelle studied environmental engineering at the University of Queensland and management, technology and economics at ETH Zurich. She is also a certified advanced yoga and meditation teacher and leadership coach. Michelle serves on the Swiss National Committee of the UN Food and Agricultural Organization, advising on national and international food systems policy issues. In 2017, she was awarded the University of Queensland Distinguished Young Alumni Award, and, in 2019, the Advance Australia Award (Food and Agriculture). Originally from Australia, Michelle now lives in Zurich, Switzerland.
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