30 - 31 March 2022
Regeneration of food across economies, societies, politics, and natural environment.
09:00 – 09:30Conference Introduction
09:30 – 10:30Beyond Sustainability: The Regenerative Business
– The coming boom in regenerative capitalism
– Restore, renew, and replenish in addition to preserving our planet
– Transforming the world’s supply chains to be regenerative
– Improving climate action, nature, waste, and people
– Decarbonizing global operations – reaching net zero by 2040.
– Building trusted partnerships in regenerative capitalism, focused on food systems.
10:30 – 11:30Regenerative Food and Agriculture
– Moving from sustainability to the regeneration of land and agriculture
– Bringing wildlife and diversity back into the farming system
– Regenerating carbon-sequestering grasslands
– Adopting agroforestry practices
– Regenerative grazing – Managing livestock that supports human and ecosystem health, farm profitability, and community and food system resilience
11:30 – 12:00Break and Network
12:00 – 13:00Sustainable Nutrition – Feeding the world in the right way
– Ensuring safe, nutritious food for everyone
– Making sure food is produced in a sustainable and affordable manner
– How to develop a sustainable diet with more fruit, veg and plant-based proteins
– GMO seed breeding to meet the needs of a growing population
– The role of the large multinationals to deliver sustainable nutritional outcomes
13:00 – 14:00Lunch
14:00 – 15:00Circular Food – Closing the loop
– The problem of plastic waste – what the latest Extended Producer Responsibility initiative will have in eliminating plastic waste on land and sea
– Working together to accelerate progress towards circular economy principles
– A new way to consume, waste-free: revolutionizing consumption, maintaining price, and eliminating the concept of waste
– Chemical recycling – Helping to accelerate collective action on recycling innovation
– Examining the connection between sustainable cities, food production and consumption
15:00 – 15:30Break and Network
15:30 – 16:30ESG implications in the food supply chain
– Why ESG investment initiatives matter for the food industry
– Do food corporate directors need to pay attention to ESG to properly fulfil their fiduciary duties?
– How are companies scored on ESG initiatives?
– Is incorporating ESG into your business expensive or time-consuming?
– Capitalising on market trends: investment opportunities presented by the food transition
16:30 – 19:00Networking and drinks reception
Agenda is based in GMT time zone. We have scheduled the conference to begin in the afternoon. Helping to accommodate the U.S market.