Friday, September 24, 2021
Level 100, Room 119, Philadelphia
Summer is speeding by and Expo East will be here before you know it.
We’re planning a powerful session of climate programming with New Hope Network from 10:15 am - 12:30 pm on Friday, September 24th at Expo East. Can you make it?
We hope you will join us for two exciting sessions where you'll hear updates on two new projects, food waste reduction strategies, and an opportunity to meet our new ED Courtney Pineau!
Check back regularly here for updated speaker and event information!
If you haven't registered for Expo East yet, you can do so here.
We so hope to see you there!
10:15 am - Global Warming: Moving from Overwhelmed to Action
Whether a retailer, brand, distributor, supplier, broker, farmer or individual, there are actions to take to reverse global warming. We are at a critical point in time and every action will make a difference. The Climate Collaborative will present the many paths, resources and collaborations available to have a positive impact.
In this session, you will learn about a consumer engagement campaign, a supply chain partnership, support for small and mid-size businesses, individual and business advocacy for sound climate policy, and net-zero and climate neutrality.
Don’t let not knowing what to do to stand in your way. Find out how you can commit, act and have impact – the future depends on it!
11:45 am - Fighting Climate Change by Reducing Food Waste: Strategies for Action
Reducing food waste would have a greater impact on climate change mitigation than alternative energy sources, transportation efficiency, green construction, and other better-known solutions – plus it has the potential for significant investment returns. In the U.S. alone, 35% of all food goes unsold or uneaten, causing 4% of GHG emissions and costing the economy $408B a year. This session will introduce a framework and key resources to take action now. Learn how your company can contribute by adopting food waste reduction strategies.
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