Georgie Hurst
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Georgie Hurst is a research and communications intern at Food Tank. She holds a BA in English from University College London, and is currently studying for an MA in Environmental Anthropology from the University of Kent. Her research interests are in the future of food on a changing planet, focusing on sustainable food systems with sovereignty and justice at their core. Georgie is also a plant-based baker for an organic food store and café in Margate, UK.

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