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From Austin to Afghanistan: Security Implications of the Food Supply Chain

November 13 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Free
food supply chain

Hosted by the Truman Project –

The Truman Project Texas Chapter hosts its third and final discussion in the three-part water series, “Water, Energy, and Security: Exploring Local and National Security Implications of the Water-Energy Nexus in Texas”.

This final event will explore the security implications of the food supply chain, taking a look at how current and prospective food and agriculture decisions impact water, energy, and security.

Our panel will discuss these impacts and the tech and policy innovations to help mitigate them.

Panelists

  • Dr. Robyn Metcalfe, Director, Food+City
  • Reid Hamel, Senior Associate (Non-resident), Global Food Security Project
  • Moderator, Jim Morin, Global Legal Counsel, Dover Fueling Solutions; Truman Texas Chapter Co-Leader

Light dinner and refreshments will be served. You can RSVP here. 

Event is in the Captain America Room of the Capital Factory (8th floor).

Venue

Capital Factory
701 Brazos Street, 16th Floor
Austin, TX 78701 United States
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