Recordings from Reduce and Recover: Save Food for People

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

 

Welcome, Opening Plenary, and Plenary Panel

Welcome

  • Emily Broad Leib, Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic
  • Curt Spalding, Environmental Protection Agency
  • Martin Suuberg, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection

Opening Plenary

  • Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (D-ME)

Plenary Panel: Operating at the Intersection of Hunger Relief and Environmental Protection

  • Karen Hanner, Feeding America
  • Mathy Stanislaus, Environmental Protection Agency
  • Doug Rauch, Daily Table
  • Emily Broad Leib, Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic (Moderator)

Opportunities on the Farm and Garden

  • JoAnne Berkenkamp, Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Duck Caldwell, Boston Area Gleaners
  • Benjamin Chesler, Imperfect Produce
  • Gary Oppenheimer, AmpleHarvest.org
  • Theresa Snow, Salvation Farms
  • Kelliann Blazek, Congresswoman Pingree’s Office (Moderator)

Food Recovery by Large Institutions: The Role of Universities, Hospitals, and More

  • Nicole Civita, Food Recovery Project
  • Christy Cook, Sodexo
  • Regina Northouse, Food Recovery Network
  • Sasha Purpura, Food for Free
  • Dale Carpenter, Environmental Protection Agency (Moderator)

Engaging Consumers

  • Jordan Figueiredo, The @UglyFruitAndVeg Campaign
  • Sally Greenberg, National Consumers League
  • Erica Hanson, Rhode Island Food Bank
  • Roni Neff, The Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future
  • Leo Pollock, Rhode Island Food Policy Council
  • Dana Gunders, Natural Resources Defense Council (Moderator)

State and Local Policy Strategies 

  • Ana Carvalho, City of San Diego
  • Lorenzo Macaluso, Center for EcoTechnology
  • Ashley Zanolli, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
  • Ona Balkus, Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic (Moderator)

Establishing a Business Case for Measurement

  • Kai Robertson, World Resources Institute
  • Steve Rock, Environmental Protection Agency
  • Andrew Shakman, LeanPath
  • Pete Pearson, World Wildlife Fund (Moderator)

Food Waste Reduction and Food Donation in K-12 Schools

  • Alissa Bilfield, The Cookbook Project
  • Kathleen M. Dietrich, Food Bus
  • Rhonda Mace, Chittenden Solid Waste District
  • Bryn Oakleaf, Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation
  • Julie Obbagy, USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion
  • Eric B. Rimm, Harvard School of Public Health (Moderator)

Innovation in Food Recovery 

  • Ricky Ashenfelter, Spoiler Alert
  • Dana Frasz, Foodshift
  • Lauren Palumbo, Lovin’ Spoonfuls
  • Tessa Pulaski, MISFIT Juicery
  • Doug Rauch, Daily Table (Moderator)

Reducing Food Waste in the Retail Sector

  • Catherine D’Amato, The Greater Boston Food Bank
  • Kasey Harris, Hannaford
  • Kate MacKenzie, City Harvest
  • Jessica Newman, BJ’s Wholesale Club
  • Meghan Stasz, Grocery Manufacturers Association
  • Jose Alvarez, Harvard Business School (Moderator)

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Welcome and Plenary Panel

 

Welcome

  • Christine Beling, Environmental Protection Agency
  • Dean Martha Minow, Harvard Law School

Plenary Panel: Unlikely Alliances: Working in Collaboration to Rescue Food

  • Jesse Fink, Fink Family Foundation
  • Dana Gunders, Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Tristram Stuart, Feedback
  • Danielle Nierenberg, Food Tank (Moderator)


Not Really Expired? Clarifying Date Labels

  • Emily Broad Leib, Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic
  • Carrie Calvert, Feeding America
  • Andrew Harig, Food Marketing Institute
  • Meghan Stasz, Grocery Manufacturers Association
  • Adam Rein, ReFED (Moderator)

Community Food Security Methodology

  • David A. Broering, NFI Integrated Solutions
  • Cheryl Kollin, Full Plate Ventures
  • Thomas O’Donnell, Environmental Protection Agency (Moderator)

Increasing Food Recovery for Prepared Foods

  • Claire Cummings, Bon Appétit
  • Steve Dietz, Food Donation Connection
  • Karen Franczyk, Whole Foods Market
  • Mindy Gomes Casseres, Panera Bread
  • Laura Abshire, National Restaurant Association (Moderator)

Federal Policy Solutions

  • Cheryl T. Coleman, Environmental Protection Agency
  • Elise Golan, U.S. Department of Agriculture
  • Mary Knigge, House of Representatives Committee on Agriculture
  • Kevin Smith, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
  • Christina Rice, Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic (Moderator)

Culinary Arts: Scaling Up New Products From Surplus Food 

  • Glenn Bergman, Philabundance
  • Thomas McQuillan, Baldor Specialty Foods, Inc.
  • Jonathan Deutsch, Culinary Arts and Food Science at Drexel University (Moderator)

Using Waste Bans as a Policy Tool to Reduce Food Waste

  • John Fischer, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
  • Cathy Jamieson, Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation
  • Chris Nelson, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
  • Nora Goldstein, BioCycle (Moderator)

Concluding Plenary