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No Leftovers: Remedying a Wasteful World

Talk with Douglas McMaster, Ruth Anslow, Carina Millstone, Ludvig Berling

Chef, techie, entrepreneur, activist: four inspiring figureheads come together to share their vision on how to wage war on food waste and salvage a sustainable foodscape for the future.

Wednesday 18th April 2018, 7:00pm–10:30pm UK Time Refettorio Felix, Kensington

No Leftovers: Remedying a Wasteful World

Join the pioneers of the fight against Food Waste and uncover the true cost of our addiction to consumption through an evening of talks, panel discussion, Q&A, drinks and food. Joining us are Douglas McMaster from Silo and Cub, the UK’s first zero-waste restaurants, Carina Millstone, Executive Director of Feedback, an environmental organisation campaigning to end food waste at every level of the food system, Ruth Anslow, founder of the ethical supermarket hiSbe (How It Should Be), breaking the mould by putting people and planet first, and and Ludvig Berling (Karma), creator of the food waste app connecting surplus food with hungry consumers.

We live in a wasteful world. Every year, a third of the global food production is lost or wasted – that’s 1.3 billion tonnes of waste worldwide, with a scandalous impact on resources in production and distribution, carbon emissions and over-brimming landfills. In the UK, we throw away 7 million tonnes of food and drink from our homes every year, the majority which could have been eaten. Wasting this food costs the average household in the UK £470 a year. With the global population set to rise to over 9.5 billion by 2050, the world is wondering how to feed the world?

It’s time to make a change.


6.30pm - Arrival, Drinks & Welcome
7.00pm - Talks Part 1:

* Carina Millstone (Feedback): A Wasteful Supply Chain, What’s Going Wrong and How Do We Fix It?
* Douglas McMaster (Silo/Cub): The Recipe for Zero Waste Success
* Ruth Anslow (Hisbe): How Shopper Power Can Remedy A Wasteful World
* Ludvig Berling (Karma):Fighting Food Waste Using Your Phone

8.00pm - Break
8.15pm - Panel Discussion and Q&A
9.15pm - Drinks, Food & Music
10.30pm - End

Wednesday 18th April 2018, 7:00pm–10:30pm UK Time Refettorio Felix, Kensington

Douglas McMaster #

Douglas McMaster is a chef and founder of a first ever zero-waste restaurant called Silo. Before the opening of Silo, Douglas has worked all around the world in high profile restaurants such as St. John Bread & Wine in Spitalfields, London. In 2009 Douglas won the ‘BBC Young Chef of the Year Award’, while in 2012, he won the title of ‘Britain’s most irreverent chef’ at the first Y.B.F awards, cooking a tasting menu comprised of food that would have otherwise been ‘wasted’.

Read Douglas McMaster’s profile

Ruth Anslow #

What if you had an idea of how supermarkets “should be” that you turned into a voice? And that voice became a rallying cry of thousands of people?

Read Ruth Anslow’s profile

Carina Millstone #

Carina is thrilled to serve as the Executive Director of Feedback. After a stint in the business world working as a sustainability consultant for Environmental Resources Management, Carina realised our planetary ecological crisis would not be solved in the corporate boardrooms in which it was created.

Read Carina Millstone’s profile

Ludvig Berling #

Ludvig Berling is Chief Product Officer and co-founder of Karma, one of Sweden’s fastest growing and multi-award winning startups.

Read Ludvig Berling’s profile