“Analysis of the sustainability transition in Luxembourg’s foodscape. How the creation of infographics allows for the depiction of systemic complexity”
11th May 2021
The Sustainable Food Practices team gave a lecture as part of the Science and citizens meet challenges of sustainability (SCCS) course at the University of Luxembourg. The topics is ‘Analysis of the sustainability transition in Luxembourg’s foodscape. How the creation of infographics allows for the depiction of systemic complexity’. To read see the abstract and references, click more.
“Sustainable food systems and the governance role of civil society multi-stakeholder initiatives”
15th October 2020
Dr. Rachel Reckinger gave this lecture as part of Professor Dr. Harlan Koff’s course, ‘International Development, Sustainability and Policy Coherence’.
“European Union Food Systems – how Luxembourg can innovate with governance pathways”
30th September 2020
Dr. Rachel Reckinger gave this lecture as part of Professor Dr. Harlan Koff’s course, ‘Regionalisms in World Politics’.
“Food Supply Chains and Safety: Impact of Covid-19 and Aftermath”
24th June 2020, 17:00-18:00
In this webinar, Dr. Rachel Reckinger, Jack A. Bobo (CEO of Futurity) and Georges Eischen (CEO of La Provençale) discussed the impact of Covid-19 on food supply chains and safety. The event was organised by the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL).
“Systemic analysis of the sustainability transition in Luxembourg’s foodscape. Methodological and theoretical framework”
23rd April 2020
Sustainable Food Practices gave a lecture in the course programme of ‘Science and Citizens meet Challenges of Sustainability (SCCS)’ run Dr. Ariane König at the University of Luxembourg. Dr. Rachel Reckinger, Dr. Diane Kapgen and Dr. Korjonen presented their research into depicting the food system of Luxembourg; how an infographic will provide an overview of the current state of the food system in order to understand the challenges, barriers, opportunities and leverage points in making the system more sustainable and resilient. Read the abstract by clicking on more.
“Einführung in die Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie”
17th May 2017
Dr. Rachel Reckinger presented ‘Von den Food Studies zur Food Literacy: Eine engagierte Reise durch die kulturanthopologische Erforschung der gesellschaftlichen Zusammenhänge des Essens’ (From Food Studies to Food Literacy: A Journey through cultural-anthropological research into the social context of food) at the ‘Einführung in die Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie’ (Introduction to cultural and social anthropology) conference organised by Elisabeth Boesen at the University of Luxembourg.