Webinar: Raising Consumer Awareness through Community Food Waste Prevention Campaigns

Monday, March 23, 2015 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)

Leaders in the food waste prevention movement from the United States and the UK will share tested strategies to raise consumer awareness of food waste and lessons learned during different community campaigns, as well as future opportunities to conduct a baseline measurement study of wasted food in the U.S. Ashley Zanolli from EPA’s West Coast Climate & Materials Management Forum will discuss Food: Too Good to Waste (FTGTW), an innovative residential food waste prevention toolkit that has been implemented in 17 communities across the country. Dr. Richard Swannell from Waste Resources Action Programme (WRAP) in the UK will highlight successes in engaging consumers through an awareness-raising campaign called Love Food, Hate Waste. Jessica Rosen from Forum for the Future will present a baseline measurement proposal and platform for collaboration with WRAP and interested grocers and brand manufacturers.

• Ashley Zanolli, EPA’s West Coast Climate & Materials Management Forum
• Dr. Richard Swannell, Waste Resources Action Programme (WRAP)
• Jessica Rosen, Forum for the Future

Note: This meeting is for Food Waste Reduction Alliance Members and Strategic Advisers