September 28 2021

#ALL4CLIMATE - ITALY 2021 | SIDE EVENT: FOOD4CLIMATE - Our food choices for climate action

SU-EATABLE LIFE SIDE EVENT (online)

28 SEPT 2021, FROM 3pm CEST



Launched by the Italian Ministry for Ecological Transition in collaboration with the World Bank Group’s Connect4Climate and with the participation of the Lombardy Region and the Municipality of Milan, All4Climate - Italy 2021 aims to foster proactive dialogue on the challenges of the climate crisis and deliver on the objectives of the Paris Agreement.

The initiative encompasses the full lineup of climate events taking place in Italy this year, aiming to make 2021 a landmark year for climate ambition.

The side-event, hosted within the #All4Climate - Italy 2021 agenda, aims to discuss the topic of sustainable and healthy diet promotion for climate change mitigation, with an illustration of the SU-EATABLE LIFE project carried out in Italy and UK in 2018 2021. With the contribution of international experts, the event will illustrate the project's results and lessons learnt, with youth as the main targeted audience.
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WHEN: 28 Sept 2021, 3pm - 4.30pm CEST

LANGUAGE: English

ORGANIZER: Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition Foundation (SU-EATABLE LIFE project Coordinating Beneficiary)

HOW TO PARTICIPATE: The event will take place online. Free participation upon registration | >> Register here << |
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#ALL4CLIMATE - ITALY 2021 | SIDE EVENT: FOOD4CLIMATE - Our food choices for climate action

AGENDA

OPENING | Juliane Caillouette-NobleCEO, the Sustainable Restaurant Association

INSTITUTIONAL REMARKS | Philip Owen, Head of Unit, DG CLIMA.A2 - Climate Finance, Mainstreaming, Montreal Protocol

INSTITUTIONAL REMARKS | Angelo Salsi, European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA); Head of Department D - Natural resources, climate, sustainable blue economy and clean energy


CLIMATE ACTION THROUGH FOOD CHOICES: THE SU-EATABLE LIFE PROJECT | Riccardo ValentiniFull Professor of Forest Ecology at Tuscia University, Italy; member of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC); Coordinator, SU-EATABLE LIFE project

SU-EATABLE LIFE AS A DRIVER FOR CLIMATE MITIGATION AND WELLBEING FOR COMPANIES | Claudio Domenicali, CEO, Ducati Motor Holding Spa

CASE STUDY: SOME THOUGHTS FROM THE DUCATI CANTEEN | Valentina MasiEnvironment Manager, Ducati Motor Holding Spa

COOKING WITH THE CHEF: HOW TO PREPARE A DELICIOUS & CLIMATE-FRIENDLY MEAL| Marta ConfenteChef, ALMA

CHEFS DRIVING THE CHANGE TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY | Andrea SinigagliaGeneral Manager, ALMA


ROUNDTABLE | A CONVERSATION WITH:

Marta AntonelliHead of Research, BCFN Foundation; Research Manager, SU-EATABLE LIFE project
THE SU-EATABLE LIFE PROJECT EXPERIENCE IN CHANGING FOOD HABITS IN CANTEEN. PRE AND POST-COVID LESSONS LEARNED

Katy BoomDirector of Sustainability, University of Worcester
CASE STUDY: SOME THOUGHTS FROM A UK UNIVERSITY CANTEEN

Christian ReynholdsSenior Lecturer, Centre for Food Policy, City University London
ZEROING FOOD WASTE


CLOSING REMARKS | Riccardo Valentini

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