Dato: 14. april
Tid: kl. 14.00-16.00
Sted: Lysverket Restaurant, Rasmus Meyers allé 9, 5015 Bergen
Talk and Tasting session at Lysverket restaurant; the restaurant is housed in KODE art museum Lysverket, overlooking the lake Lille Lungegårdsvann and the surrounding park. Lysverket founder and Michelin star chef Christopher Haatuft presents a three part tasting menu with local "blue foods" in dialouge with Dr. Michelle Tigchelaars talk.
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Dr. Michelle Tigchelaar is a Research Scientist with the Center for Ocean Solutions at Stanford University. As an interdisciplinary climate scientist she focuses on the impacts of climate change on food systems, spanning the aquatic and terrestrial and the ecological and human. Michelle obtained a MSc in Climate Dynamics from Utrecht University, and a PhD in Oceanography from the University of Hawaii. At the Center for Ocean Solutions, she coordinates the Blue Food Assessment (http://bluefood.earth), an integrative assessment of the role of aquatic foods (food from marine and freshwater systems) in transformations towards healthy, sustainable, just and resilient food systems. Her active research involves developing tools for assessing blue-green climate risk to nutrition and identifying climate impacts and adaptations for food worker health. Michelle is passionate about leveraging scientific findings for positive impact through policy engagement and strategic communication.
Christopher Haatuft, Bergen native and founder of the Michelin star Lysverket restaurant. Haatuft is passionate about local ingredients that can be harvested in the fjords along the west coast of Norway. He has also coined the term: "neo-fjordic".
Welcome to a science talk with a taste of the fjords.
Exclusive preview of the show "Ocean Stories" opening the 14th of April 2023 included in ticket.
The event is hosted by Climate Narratives and part of One Ocean Week
Note that the talk will held in English.