Corin Bell has worked in sustainability, focusing on sustainable food and food waste, since working at Manchester City Council and now heads up the city’s wing of the innovative Real Junk Food Project. Its aim is to both make people aware of our broken food system (where tons of perfectly edible produce is thrown away each day), and work hands-on to bring the benefits of making use of waste food to the public, via a series of fantastic pop-up, pay-as-you-feel restaurants. In tackling food poverty, social isolation and nutrition, the RJFP is also taking on some of the most significant issues of the day.