Professor Sarah Bridle is N8 AgriFood’s Academic Lead at the University of Manchester. In September 2020 her book, Food and Climate Change Without the Hot Air, was published by UIT Cambridge. The book details the carbon footprint of the food we eat, breaking down the environmental impact of each food type, so readers can detect where emissions are highest and go on to make more sustainable choices. It has received high praise from academics, environmentalists and public figures, and was referenced in the House of Lords debate on the Agriculture Bill in July 2020. Following publication of her book, Professor Bridle has become an expert for the media on food and climate change, and has been interviewed and written columns for The Times, the BBC’s Follow the Food series, BBC Radio 4’s The Life Scientific, and Channel 4.