High-Impact Strategies for Climate-Smart Dining: free webinar, April 19

A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in food: The High-Impact Strategies for Climate-Smart Dining webinar on April 19.

Reducing food waste and enjoying plant-rich diets are two of the top overall solutions to reverse global warming. At R&DE Stanford Dining, Hospitality & Auxiliaries and the Stanford Food Institute, we find these facts a powerful call to action, and we embrace the positive potential of food-related climate solutions. As a result, we’ve focused our One Plate, One Planet sustainable food program on implementing proven strategies to minimize food waste and maximize plant-forward menus. In this Earth Week celebration, join us for a lively and interactive webinar as we bring to life our Food Choice Architecture Playbook and Food Waste Prevention Playbook. Whether you’re an individual eater or nonprofit leader, a volume foodservice operator or public sector official, you’ll learn from these free, open-source resources how to focus your attention on techniques that can drive the greatest impact to reduce food-related greenhouse gas emissions. Guest speakers collaborating with SFI will share groundbreaking projects they’re spearheading in support of both food waste reduction and plant-forward imperatives.

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