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In a blog post for Medium, Helen Adams, Public Engagement Coordinator for the Livestock, Environment and People (LEAP) project (Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences) introduces the project and writes about the team’s first foray into public engagement at Super Science Saturday in March 2018.

A colourful gallery of children’s favourite meals

The Livestock, Environment and Leap (LEAP) project is funded by the Wellcome Trust for four years (2017–2021) and is the banner project for the Oxford Martin School’s ‘Future of Food’ programme. LEAP brings together researchers and experts from different disciplines across the University and beyond, exploring the impact of meat consumption on human and planetary health through the lenses of health, social and environmental sciences. One of these research strands involves a team of health behaviour researchers based at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences (Brian Cook, Christina Potter, Emma Cartwright and Filippo Bianchi) and another involves researchers based at the School of Geography and the Environment (Nathan Clay and Alexandra Sexton).

Read more (Medium website)

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