SUSTAINING AUSTRALIA TVEpisode 2 – Sustainability – 2021
Covering plastics, packaging, circular economy and carbon reduction, we look at the latest sustainable initiatives and thinking.
Episode Chapters – Sustainability
In this episode we look at the vital issues of sustainability and environmental challenges.
We showcase the commitment of major food producers as they tackle these challenges from farm, through production, to delivery to their customers.
2- AFGC CEO Tanya Barden Interview
For Tanya Barden, the CEO of the AFGC, committing to change in all areas of the supply chain is the right thing to do for our community, and our industry.
4- Industry Interviews
The circular economy around packaging was also on the minds of keynote speakers at the Australian Food and Grocery Conference in Sydney.
We take a look at Danone’s drive towards carbon neutrality with the building of a biomass boiler, as well as their work in recycling, packing and responsible agriculture.
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6- HON TREVOR EVANS INTERVIEW ON SUSTAINABILITY
The AFGC plays a crucial role in connecting the food and grocery industry with the local, state, and federal politicians who can provide support for the industry as it focuses on sustainability.
We speak with Assistant Minister for Waste Reduction and Environmental Management Trevor Evans to get his thoughts.
In this story we look at a store of the future, which showcases Coles’ sustainability strategy ‘Together to Zero’, targeting emissions, waste and hunger.
More information: Coles Group – Sustainability
8- INDUSTRY INTERVIEWS
Industry leaders at the Australian Food and Grocery Conference were able to share their thoughts around sustainability, and challenges in areas such as plastics and recycling.
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Traceability & Provenance
This episode has been delayed due to Covid and will be up later in the year.
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