Nicole Bamber is a PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia in the Food Systems PRISM Lab. Her research focuses on life cycle assessment of Canadian field crops, to account for all resource use and environmental emissions throughout their supply chains. Through her research, she aims to optimize Canadian agricultural land use for nutritional and environmental outcomes. She has worked with Pulse Canada to collect regionalised life cycle inventory data from pulse farmers, in order to conduct regionalised life cycle assessments of Canadian pulse products, for use in benchmarking and comparison to other products and regions of production.
Panel: Perspectives on Sustainable Sourcing - Location and Processing Impacts
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Over the course of two days, Plant Forward will demonstrate the strength and integrity of Canada’s integrated supply chain, highlight sustainability initiatives and the latest innovations happening in Canadian crops and ingredients, and provide insights from trailblazing companies who have chosen Canada as their preferred place to invest in plant-based innovation.
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- Registration closes October 28
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