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Think.Eat.Save 2015 Bangkok Thailand presented by OzHarvest \u0026 UNEP


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Celebrity Chefs Serve up Free Meals from Discarded food
Hundreds Savour Cuisine Using Food Destined for Waste
Bangkok, 3 December 2015 – Prominent chefs from Thailand and Australia used ingredients that are usually discarded to dish up meals for people in Bangkok today to promote awareness on food waste.
The ‘Think.Eat.Save’ event is organized by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and OzHarvest in support of the UN Sustainable Development goals (SDGs) to halve global food waste along production and supply chains by 2030.
Modelled on OzHarvest’s annual Think.Eat.Save events, which feed thousands of people across Australia, the Bangkok event had celebrity chefs like Duangporn ‘Bo’ Songvisava, Dylan ‘Lan’ Jones, Chris Miller and Australian OzHarvest ‘Chef for a Cause’, Travis Harvey, who in May this year opened Australia’s firstever food waste popup café, design a lunch menu using surplus produce saved from landfill or sourced from local farmers and suppliers.
The event is part of the Think.Eat.Save campaign which was launched by the UNEP, the Food and Agricultural Organization and partners in 2013 to change the culture of food waste which results in 1.3 billion tonnes of food wasted globally each year, contributing to greenhouse gas emissions. The total carbon footprint of food produced but not eaten is 3.3 Gt of carbon dioxide equivalent.
“UNEP is tackling food waste headon with its Think.Eat.Save methodology for waste prevention at city, country and companylevel. We are delighted to be working with OzHarvest to underline the importance of reducing food loss and waste in fighting both hunger and the impacts of climate change,” said Kaveh Zahedi, UNEP Regional Director and Representative for Asia and the Pacific.
An estimated 20 to 40 per cent of food lost or wasted along the supply chain in Asia Pacific. Food is lost in transit between rural production areas and urban consumers because of poor quality roads, hot and humid weather conditions, and poor packaging.
“At Bo.lan our philosophy is to achieve zerowaste and zerocarbon footprint. It is international movements like this that will get the mass public to think more about their food choices, and as a result change their behaviour in a more positive way,” said Chef Dylan Jones, Bo Lan Restaurant.
Founder and CEO of OzHarvest, Ronni Kahn warns that if governments, business and individuals do not act now, our food systems will be in danger. “We know that by 2050, the global population will exceed nine billion people. For future generations, we need to make positive and conscious food choices in order to provide food security for all,” Kahn said.
“Most importantly, we need to share knowledge so that together – countries can unite and find a solution to food loss and waste, and to tackle climate change not as individual nations, but as a global community,” he added.
For information and interviews please contact:
Satwant Kaur, Regional Information Officer, UNEP Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific T: +668 1700 1376 E: satwant.kaur@unep.org
Mei Ling Park, Communications Consultant UNEP Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific T: +66 22881275 E: park21@un.org
OzHarvest National Communications and Marketing Manager
Louise Tran E: louise.tran@ozharvest.org M: +61 466 620 744 Skype: louise.tl

Think.Eat.Save 2015 Bangkok Thailand presented by OzHarvest \u0026 UNEP

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EMG Nexus Dialogue: Defining Green Recovery


We would like to thank the following highlevel and expert panellists and organizations for their valuable contributions to the Defining Green Recovery Nexus Dialogue.
Moderator: Mr. Kaveh Madani, Visiting Fellow, Yale University
Mr. Steven Stone, Chief, Resources \u0026 Markets Branch (R\u0026M), UNEP
Mr. Daniele Violetti, Director, Finance, Technology and Capacity Building, UNFCCC
Mr. Asad Naqvi, Head of Secretariat, PAGE
Mr. Kamal Gueye, Coordinator of Green Jobs Programme (GREEN), ILO
Mr. Tim Scott, Senior Policy Advisor, Environment, Nature, Climate, Energy, UNDP
Ms. Katja Funke, Public Financial Management Expert, IMF
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EMG Nexus Dialogue: Defining Green Recovery

Part 2: UNEP Webinar: Addressing Single-Use Plastic Products Pollution using a Life Cycle Approach


Singleuse plastic products (SUPP) pollution is a serious issue that needs urgent and sustained attention at all levels of society. We need to change current consumption patterns and waste management practices to ensure that by 2050 we are not faced with over 12 billion metric tonnes of plastic litter in landfills and the environment. The United Nations Environment Assembly at its Fourth session encouraged and invited more action by all actors, and especially Member States, to improve waste management, but importantly to work more upstream in designing environmentally preferable alternatives while considering all impacts across the full life cycle of such products. This Webinar responds to that request by sharing information on lifecycle environmental impacts of plastic products in comparison with alternative materials and by sharing case studies of actions by Member States.

This recording includes presentations on:
LCA MetaStudies on Shopping bags, beverage bottles, and takeaway food packaging.
Case studies: Thailand, Mauritius, and South Africa.
This video contains presentations from Part 2 of Series A of the UNEP Webinar Series on Addressing SUPP Pollution using a Life Cycle Approach which was held on the 20th October 2020.
More information on the SUPP studies: https://www.lifecycleinitiative.org/activities/keyprogrammeareas/technicalpolicyadvice/singleuseplasticproductsstudies/

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Virtual Launch Gala – UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration -#WorldEnvironmentDay


Chapters:
0:00 Countdown
4:33 Introduction to the launch event of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration by Saima Mohsin, Royal Botanic Gardens in London
7:15 Opening remarks by the Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres to launch the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration
10:03 Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme Inger Andersen – Celebrating World Environment Day 2021 and setting stage for the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration
12:21 Director General of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations QU Dongyu – Elaborating on FAO’s role as the colead in the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration
14:29 Video message by Pope Francis on the launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (read by a Cardinal)
18:43 Video message by Imam Ahmed ElTayeb, Grand Imam of AlAzhar on the launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration
23:25 Dialogue between Gisele Bundchen and restoration ecologist John D. Liu on the motivation for Restoration
31:11 Video message by Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan – Host of World Environment Day
34:02 Video message by Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel marking World Environment Day and the launch of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration
36:58 Video message by the Democratic Republic of Congo’s President and African Union Chairperson FelixAntoine Tshisekedi explaining Africa’s role in the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration delivered by UNEP
41:47 GenerationRestoration Dialogue – Executive Secretary of UNFCCC Patricia Espinosa \u0026 UNEP’ National Goodwill Ambassador for Thailand Alex Rendell: Climate Action needed for the next generation
47:52 Video message by Barbados’ Prime Minister Mia Mottley – Latin America \u0026 Caribbean Strategy for the implementation of the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration
51:31 Musical performance by Rocky Dawuni – “African Roots”
1:00:33 Denmark’s Minister of the Environment Lea Wermelin \u0026 Minister of Development Cooperation Flemming Moller Mortensen – Denmark’s support to the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration and the link between environment \u0026 development cooperation
1:02:46 GenerationRestoration Dialogue between the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification Executive Secretary Ibrahim Thiaw and 10yearold South Aftican artist Romario Valentin raising awareness for the Great Green Wall in the Sahara and Sahel
1:07:43 Video message by Finland’s Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Krista Mikkonen to highlight Finland’s support to launching the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration
1:10:10 GenerationRestoration Dialogue between Executive Director of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity Elizabeth Mrema and UN Environment Programme Young Champion of the Earth Niria Alicia Garcia
1:18:41 Video message by E.ON’s CEO Dr. Leonhard Birnbaum on private sector commitments to restoration
1:20:58 Panel Discussion: “How to build a movement” Tom Crowther (ETH Zurich), Louise Mabulo (Young Champion of the Earth), Xiye Bastida (Fridays for Future), Jordan Sanchez (spoken word artist)
1:31:52 Spoken Word Curtain Raiser by Jordan Sanchez
1:33:18 Leadership Dialogue between Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme Inger Andersen \u0026 Dr. Jane Goodall
1:42:20 Inspirational message by Don Diablo, DJ
1:43:30 World Premiere of Don Diablo \u0026 Ty Dolla Sign’s “Lovesong to Mother Earth”

Virtual Launch Gala - UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration -#WorldEnvironmentDay

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