Webinar Series S20

Webinars

Social Impacts on Rural Communities

The third video in a series featuring University of Guelph agri-food experts answering questions from the public about food and agriculture during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch the video HERE.

This webinar is moderated by Professor Philip Loring, Arrell Chair in Food, Policy, Society and Associate Professor of Geography at the Department of Geography and Arrell Food Institite, University of Guelph.

Panelists:

  • Jacqui Empson Laporte, OMAFRA environmental specialist and volunteer with Victim Services Huron County
  • Abdul-Rahim Abdulai, Arrell Scholar and PhD Candidate in the Department of Geography, U of G
  • Ryan Gibson, Associate Professor (Libro Professor in Regional Economic Development) in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development
  • Helen Hambly Odama, Associate Professor in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development


Data Decisions after Disruption

Where do we go from here? Making safe and smart decisions for the future will rely on good data and analysis. Watch our 2nd webinar on agri food disruption HERE.

This webinar is moderated by Dean Jeff Wichtel (OVC) and features:

  • Amy Greer (OVC)
  • Simon Somogyi (Lang)
  • Alfons Weersink (OAC)
  • Rozita Dara (CEPS)

Food Systems in a Time of Disruption

Impacts of COVID-19 on Food Access, Safety, Security and Supply.

Watch the video HERE.

The Arrell Food Institute and Food From Thought have partnered to bring you a video series featuring University of Guelph agri-food experts answering questions from the public about food and agriculture during the COVID-19 pandemic