Join the info event to hear more about the open call for agile piloting and about the possible collaboration opportunities.
Date and time: 10th of September 14:15:30 (EEST)
Place: Virtual webinar
Consumers’ increasing consciousness of the environmental impacts of their food purchases has led to growing interest in the food service industry to meet the consumers’ demand for climate friendly options. But how can restaurants measure and develop their operations to become more carbon conscious? How to provide tools to small and medium sized restaurants so that they would support and develop climate friendly business? How could the data be utilized to inform consumers and support conscious and sustainable choices?
Mission Zero Foodprint project promotes the City of Helsinki’s carbon neutrality goals by engaging the restaurant and food industry to co-create and experiment digital solutions and an operating model to measure and make restaurants’ carbon footprint visible. The smart solutions and model co-created with experts and food service industry professionals will enable even the smallest restaurants to operate and develop their activities in a more sustainable direction.
In September, in the national food waste week, Mission Zero Foodprint will launch an open call for digital solutions that support restaurants to decrease their carbon footprint. In the open call, we will be looking for digital tools to pilot helping restaurants to manage their food waste, energy efficiency or carbon footprint.
Join the info event 10.9.2020 to hear more about the open call for agile piloting and about the possible collaboration opportunities.
Program 14 – 15:30
Welcome words and Mission Zero Foodprint, Kaisa Spilling, Forum Virium Helsinki
Defining the challenge with the field: Needs rising from the co-creation workshops, Emilia Risu, Laurea University of Applied Sciences
Developing food culture in Helsinki, Jukka-Pekka Tolvanen, City of Helsinki
Experiences from Ekokompassi and Think Sustainably: How to support restaurants managing their climate impact and sustainability? Riku Eskelinen, Ekokompassi & Birgit Liukkonen, Helsinki Marketing
Mission Zero Foodprint Open Call: What are we looking for?
Photo: Helsinki Marketing