Pamela Mason

Pamela Mason is a public health nutritionist, with a Masters Degree in food policy at City University in London. She has a special interest in plant based sustainable diets and sustainable food systems and in the impact diet has on health and the environment.

She has written four food and nutrition-related books, including most recently a book entitled Sustainable Diets. How Ecological Nutrition Can Transform Consumption and the Food System which she co-authored with Professor Tim Lang from City University Sustainable Diets was shortlisted for a Guild of Food Writers book award in 2018. Pamela works with the British Dietetic Association (BDA) on their sustainable diet policy and is on the advisory panel for Public Health Wales.

With a keen interest in short food supply chains and local food, she also works with local food networks in Monmouthshire where she is based. She chairs the newly established Abergavenny Food Forum and lectures both nationally and internationally.

The diet that could save the world

The diet that could save the world