Recapping "Change for a Better Future" | ZERO SUMMIT 2021
ZERO Summit 2021 offered 3 knowledge-sharing sessions and 1 workshop activity. Each session was brimmed with experts and specialists in their field. Here are the quick takeaway for each session!!
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Systematic Approach on Food Waste Prevention Discussion
The unrevealed successful story of food waste prevention cooperation between partners and SOS, the first food rescue foundation in Thailand, is disclosed here for all participants who want to know how we systematically prevent surplus food from becoming food waste. This panel talks about a systematic approach to food waste prevention. All panelists shared the same concern that there should be more organizations with their aims and operations like SOS because of the lack thereof, the problem of food waste can never truly be extinguished.
Encoring the motion for
necessary steps toward better Thailand
ZERO SUMMIT 2022 is a sustainable summit focusing on two pillars: Food Waste and Food Insecurity. Scholars of Sustenance Foundation would like to encore our mission and encourage you to join us in taking all necessary steps to REGENERATING and RECOVERING. Join us to learn on how can Thailand take a progressive step towards a sustainable society by 2030!
REGENERATIVE AND RECOVERY FUTURE
Sustainability and Circular practices are no longer sufficient for the world’s environment. Humanity has spent so much of our natural resources more than we can sustain the current demand. For the future generation to thrive, we must find a way to regenerate new resources, practices, knowledge, and innovation, and recover what we have used in the past. Join us in learning from the industry experts and key opinion leaders from food and non-profit industries on how to achieve such an ambitious goal!
8.30 - 9.00: Registration
9.00 - 9.45: Event Prelude and Opening Ceremony
9.45 - 11.00: Panel 1: Decoding the Food Bank Initiative, a lesson to learn for Thailand
11.00 - 12.15: Panel 2: Systematizing Food Surplus Donation, a solution for sustainable development
12.15 - 13.30: Lunch Break
13.30 - 14.45: Panel 3: Regenerative Food and Innovative Youth Forum
14.45 - 16.00: Panel 4: Post Covid-19 Recovery for Food Services and Communities
16:00 - 16:30: Scholars of Sustenance Award Announcement
16:30 - 16:45: Break and Networking Session
16:45 - 18.15: Surplus Cooking Demonstration
18.15 - 18.30: Closing Ceremony
18.30 - Onwards: Networking Session
Decoding the Food Bank Initiative - A lesson to learn for Thailand
Foodbank is a common buzzword in making an effort to relieve hunger in the world. But how can we establish an effective and efficient foodbank in Thailand? This panel will help us understand what does it really take to create a food bank and explore all potentials for Thailand to set up its first national food bank in the country. This panel will allow NGOs, Government and international agencies to explain why food banks are so important and share their knowledge of creating them. Our speakers will share their success and challenges, using it for Thailand to learn as it prepares to establish the foodbank soon!
Asia Pacific Field Services Director, The Global Food Banking Network
Dr. Chung Moo Sung
Vice President, Korea National Council on Social Welfare
Vice Chairman, The Thai Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director, National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
Deputy Bangkok Governor, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA)
Systematizing Food Surplus Donation - A Solution for Sustainable Development
Food manufacturers and retailers will come together to share their experiences of seeing food surplus as a resource and working to normalize food rescue in their industry. SOS will share how we work with partners to systemize food surplus donation and management, following strict food safety protocols, to redirect food waste from manufacturers and retailers to underprivileged communities in the form of nutritious meals. They have great potential and power to transform the food system and rescue food surplus from landfill. Hear from experts as they share their experience working with Scholars of Sustenance Thailand.
Chief Executive Officer,
NR Instant Produce PCL
Chief Executive Officer & Co-founder, Freshket
Dr. Siriporn Pipatsattayanuwong Chua
General Manager & Founder, Innofresh
Chief Executive Officer, Malee Group
Corporate planning General Manager, AEON (Thailand) Co.,Ltd (Max Value Supermarket)
Regenerative Food and
Innovative Youth Forum
Scholars of Sustenance Foundation believe in the younger generation's effort and passion in sustainability activities as well as food system innovation that seek to create the new pathway in the current food system. This panel houses a collection of innovative young minds to discuss how we can make food systems more sustainable and what the future of the sustainability industries will be. A case study that will prove that it is possible to do it.
Global Business Development Director, Flying Spark Thailand