Amorevore is guided by four principle themes – Routes to Roots, Regenerative Solutions, Optimal Being and Seeding and Cultivating. Top speakers and practitioners will explore a multitude of juicy food topics related to these themes in the Amorevore Symposium.
In Routes to Roots, we will look at culinary anthropology, conflict resolution, women in food, how food has shaped culture, food traditions, seed heritage and social entrepreneurism. Through Regenerative Solutions we will explore agricultural models, biodiversity, food waste, feeding the future, activism, macroeconomics, blockchains, climate change and learn from success stories.
Under the theme of Optimal Be-ing, knowledge about healthy eating and being will be shared, as well as debate about the global health issues facing the planet and the dark side of the health industry.
Seeding and Cultivating is about practical, action based education to get our hands dirty and learn how to live from the land – more information on this in our Workshops section.
International experts joining us at Amorevore include Graham Hancock, Gill Meller, Tristram Stuart, Zoe Adjonyoh, Patrick Holford, Helena Norberg-Hodge and Valentine Warner. For information on more speakers and chefs click here.