Thomas Harttung

Thomas Harttung

Farmer,


Urban Food Systems

Thomas Harttung is a biodynamic farmer, forester, and food activist who was named a hero of the environment by Time magazine in 2009. He is the chair of Aarstiderne, an all-organic food provider that he co-founded in 1999. He is also the chair of the Sustainable Food Trust and serves on the boards of MAD and the Nordic Food Lab.

In this talk from MAD1, Harttung explains innovative ways to bring food production into urban environments.

 

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