Reducing Food Waste and Stopping Hunger

Djøf's international networks has invited the Danish company Too Good To Go and the NGO Stop Hunger, to talk about why food waste is currently one of the biggest global problems and how its negative impact can be reduced.


What is this webinar about?

One-third of food produced for human consumption is wasted each year. Enough to feed more than two billion people, accountable for producing the same levels of carbon dioxide as some of the largest countries in the world, and one of the biggest global problems the world is facing.

In numbers over 1.6 billion tons of food is wasted each year, responsible for 8% of the total global greenhouse gas emissions and 870 million people living in famine and/or a malnourished state.

Djøf’s international networks is inviting you to join a webinar, where we have the honor to welcome Philippe Schuler, Global Impact Manager at the growing Danish company Too Good To Go and Etienne Dufrenois, Director - Asia, Oceania, Middle East in the NGO Stop Hunger to talk about how and why they work to reduce food waste.

Too Good To Go is a free mobile application that connects customers to restaurants and stores that have unsold, surplus food. You can buy fresh food at a discount because it would otherwise be thrown away.

Stop Hunger is an NGO that aims to raise money to support local charities which tackle hunger and malnutrition, training, and education and promotes healthy lifestyles.

Join us in this webinar, where we will be discussing this very current and interesting issue of food waste.

Your outcome

  • Knowledge about Too Good To Go and Stop Hunger.
  • Insight into their working methods and recent results.
  • Awareness about food waste and the environmental impact.

Practical information

  • This webinar is in English.
  • You will receive Zoom info and a secure Zoom link on the day of the webinar.
  • Please have your headset ready and your camera on. We are opening the webinar at 6.50 pm for all to login in advance and make sure the technology is working for you, but the webinar will not start before 7.00 pm and end at 8.00 pm.

Please note: The time indicated is Danish/CET.

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