While some fret over their daily calorie intake or whether or not their food is certified organic, many are struggling to even get dinner on the table. Barriers around the cost of food feed this disparity, but it’s the motivations behind food distribution that favour those living in metropolitan Australia while pushing our most vulnerable communities even further into food distress. In this episode, we unpack what these motivations are and why Australia as a nation is failing to address food security.
This is part one of a series exploring the classism of the environmental movement.
Teresa Davis – Associate Professor of Marketing at the University of Sydney.
Sara Wilkinson – Associate Professor in the School of the Built Environment at the University of Technology Sydney.
Tanya Lawlis – Assistant Professor in the Discipline of Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Canberra.
Matt Daly – Research Consultant from the Institute for Sustainable Futures at the University of Technology Sydney.