This webinar explores how universities can promote healthier, more equitable, and environmentally sustainable food environments with the launch of a benchmarking study comparing nine Australian universities.
Hear real-world examples that support equitable access to healthy and affordable food on university campuses while also making strides to reduce food waste, source sustainability and promote environmentally responsible practices.
Speakers will outline best practice and provide practical tips for helping to transform university policy and practice.
RE-FRESH is a member of the Collaboration for Enhanced Research Impact (CERI).
The Collaboration for Enhanced Research Impact (CERI) is a joint initiative between the Prevention Centre and several NHMRC Centres of Research Excellence, established in June 2020 to enhance the profile and impact of chronic disease prevention in Australia. We are working together to find alignment in the policy and practice implications of our work and to develop shared communications across our various projects and participating centres.