On7 May 2023 Professor Louise O. Fresco was awarded an honorary doctorate at the University of Pretoria, South-Africa for her important role in the public debate on ensuring a sustainable food supply.
On May 9, 2023, she was interviewed in this context via FSNet-Africa about leadership in sustainable food systems, see YouTube
College Tour – Louise O. Fresco: The changing role of science for society. Wageningen Dialogue, wo. 11 mei 2022, watch the livestrean
Lab-grown meat, insects and white bread – what’s the future of food?. Audio: Overnigth, ABC Broadcast Thu 22 Jul 2021.
Author, scientist and President of Wageningen University, Professor Louise Fresco discusses the future of food with Rod for Talking Point. Wageningen University & Research, listen here
In conversation with Louise O. Fresco, Louise Fresco discusses topics like bended working, education and business contacts with three WUR colleagues. Wageningen University & Research, read here
‘Meat is part of a sustainable world’: Professor Louise Fresco, bij Oliver Morrison. Food Navigator Europe, 24-2-2020, lees hier
‘Don’t do the obvious thing’. Resource magazine, page 12, 2018 Summer, (pdf)
‘WUR needs to become even more relevant’. Resource, 31 May 2018 (pdf)
‘My Greatest Fear Is Not Having Anything To Read.’ The Reading Lists, 31 mei 2017, lees hier
Best books of the year 2016. Times Higher Education, 22 december 2016, lees hier
Louise O. Fresco: Weaving in stories about relatives and patients, Siddhartha Mukherjee’s The Gene: An Intimate History (Bodley Head) portrays the application of genetics as a potentially dangerous as well as a truly liberating idea.
How much risk are we willing to take? The Gene shows that however important our genes are, we cannot be reduced to our genes alone.
Just like the protagonist of Yentl, Barbra Streisand had to overcome enormous resistance.
But she would not be stopped – by her looks, her Jewish identity, a lack of resources or even her insecurity. She became a symbol of empowerment. Neal Gabler’s Barbra Streisand: Redefining Beauty, Femininity, and Power (Yale University Press), part of Yale’s Jewish Lives series, should inspire all students to persevere
Organic food is no healthier than normal produce, professor says . Telegraph, 1 June 2016, (pdf), | audio
A concerted attempt to excel in agriculture. The Reporter, Ethiopia, 9 January 2016, (pdf)
To feed 9 billion people, move away from the farmers market. InnovationHub, 15 jan. 2016, read here
The Real Future of Sustainable Agriculture. Radio interview at Innovation Hub, 16 January 2016 | audio
Louise Fresco, the Idealist – A short Q&A. Nobel Week Dialogue, 7 December 2012,(pdf)
Earth Report. Going with the flow. BBC World News Channel, 13 March 2009, (pdf) news.bbc.co.uk
Back to the land: growing the solution to the rising food prices. EBRD’s Annual Meeting, Kiev. Feature stories, 2008, EBRD website
Dr Louise Fresco visits ICARDA. In: the Week at ICARDA, International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, No. 981/982, 26 July-2 August 2007
Ten questions for Louise Fresco. The Word, June 2007
A Global Poldermodel. Indesem 2007 TU Delft, The Legacy, May 2007
Food at the top of the agenda. Food, Engineering & Ingredients, November 2006
Proper Food. Wageningen Update, June 2006