Food for Thought: Hope on the Horizon

Start: 13 Apr 2018 | 15:30 - 16:30
Category: / Venue: Joglo. Festival Hub @Taman Kuliner (Google Maps)
Cost: Free

After China, Indonesia is the world’s second biggest producer of plastic waste, but with today’s ‘Generasi Inovasi’ there is hope on the horizon. Be inspired by these socially responsible enterprises creating earth friendly alternatives to plastic packaging, and an app developer connecting consumers to outlets providing ethical, sustainable products.

Setelah Cina, Indonesia adalah negara penghasil sampah plastik terbesar nomor dua di dunia, namun dengan hadirnya para ‘Generasi Inovasi’, kita memiliki harapan baru di masa depan. Bersiap untuk terinspirasi oleh para pengusaha sosial yang menciptakan alternatif untuk kemasan plastik, dan pengembang aplikasi yang menyambungkan konsumen dengan outlet untuk menyediakan produk-produk etis dan berkelangsungan.

Featuring

Paul Hellier – Fair Food Forager

Paul Hellier is a surfer, environmentalist and entrepreneur. After years of working in the environmental sector and decades of volunteering to plant trees, rescue wildlife and clean beaches, Paul set …


David Christian – Evoware

David Christian is a Co-founder of Evoware, an Indonesian socially responsible enterprise producing eco-friendly alternatives to plastic food packaging made from farmed, edible seaweed. An innovative entrepreneur with a business …


Cat Wheeler – Slow Food Bali

Canadian writer Cat Wheeler has lived in Bali since 2000. Granddaughter of a farmer and Co-founder of Slow Food Bali, she is deeply concerned about food security. Cat takes an …


Kevin Kumala – Avani Eco

Kevin Kumala has an educational background in the fields of biology, medicine and business management. He is the Co-founder and Chief Green Officer of eco-technology company, Avani, whose mission to …