[AFLSE DC] Final Call for Tickets to Tomorrow's Alumni Event

Dear [first_name],


AFLSE DC is excited to host Bruce Friedrich - co-founder and executive director of The Good Food Institute - tomorrow night (Monday, December 4th) at Hogan Lovells in downtown DC. 


Bruce will share his insights on one of the world's most pressing problems - the role that food production plays in climate change. He will also share a preview of his new book (out in January) exclusively with LSE alumni.


A Q&A and networking reception with hors d'oeuvres will follow.


LSE alumni and friends are welcome, but space is strictly limited. All registrations are due tomorrow at Noon, so this is your last chance!


Book your ticket

See you soon,


Lauren Maffeo

Do you have questions about the AFLSE Washington, DC chapter? Get in touch at washingtondc@aflse.org



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