Sustainable Community Breakfast (North Shore)

The Future of the Region Sustainability Dialogues and Sustainability Community Breakfasts are outreach components of Metro Vancouver’s Sustainable Region Initiative (SRI). They involve a series of high-profile debates and discussions intended to help decision makers shape the future of the region by presenting a range of views and stimulating fresh thought on regional issues such as housing, industry, labour and immigration, drugs and crime, regional economy, transportation, energy and agriculture. Please check the web site often to find out about future dialogues in your community.

Managing Food Waste from Food Businesses
In 2015, food scraps will be banned from the garbage throughout the Metro Vancouver region. What does this mean for restaurants and other food businesses? Learn how food businesses are managing food waste, and how good things can happen when it’s diverted from the garbage. Speakers include Stever Harpur, founder and president of Earth Renu; Todd Jeannotte, Director, Catering & Conference Services and Chair, Green Committee – Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver; Stuart Lilley, Manager, Feedstock Supply – Enterra; Jaclyn McPhadden, Sustainability Consultant – RecycleSmart Solutions; and Erin Nichols, Manager – Community Angel Food Runner. The next presentation takes place Wednesday, November 27, 2013, 7:30 – 9:00 a.m. at the Eagles Hall, 170 West 3rd Street, North Vancouver. Click here to register.

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