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Dorset & South Wiltshire - Developing World Cold Food Chain


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Dr Tim Fox talks about his report regarding how conditions in the developing world could be improved by basic cold storage provision in food supply.

Date and Time

10 March 2015 - 18:30-20:30


Salisbury, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Dorset and South Wiltshire local network.

About this event

About the speaker

Dr Tim Fox, Head of Energy and Environment at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, is the lead author of the report entitled: A Tank of Cold: Cleantech Leapfrog to a more food secure world.

About the talk

Dr Fox will be expounding on some of the topics covered in the report - he says the key to reducing food wastage – and hunger – in the developing world is investment in cost-effective and sustainable cold chain infrastructure. According to the report, about 25% of food wastage in the developing world could be eliminated with better refrigeration equipment.


Free Of Charge

Additional information

This is a placeholder - venue and times are to be confirmed. Read the press release about the report The report itself

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