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Biodiversity in the food sector: How to fulfill future requirements in this sector?
Mon, June 05, 2022 13:30 – 15:00 CET
The loss of biodiversity is one of the biggest challenges of our time. Many ecosystems that provide us with essential resources are at risk of collapsing. At the same time, biodiversity reporting is now mandatory for the food sector.
This webinar will be held by the CircHive BEEHive (Biodiversity Excellence of Enterprises), a five-year project with 15 research and 10 case-study business partners. We will explain the current requirements related to biodiversity reporting and showcase practical tools to measure and manage nature issues at the farm and value chain level. You will also have the chance to learn from the experience of two companies – Barilla and Valio. We welcome all organizations interested in learning how to measure and manage their impact on nature and join the BEEHive Community
Register now for free – we are looking forward to sharing our knowledge with you!
What you can expect:
- Introduction of the CircHive project
- Reporting requirements in the food sector
- Practical tools at the farm level
- Company case studies from Valio and Barilla
- Q&A and discussion
About the Speakers:
Marion Hammerl (Lace Constance Foundation – LCF) is an Economist and co-founder of many environmental organizations and has been the Managing Director of LCF for 24 years, currently she supports LCF as a Senior Expert. Marion is author of numerous guidelines and reports focusing on environmental management systems, sustainable tourism development, sustainable food production, management of lake areas and water resources, biodiversity in the food sector and other business and biodiversity topics. She represents NGOs in various EU working groups.
Katrin Tomova (denkstatt) is a Sustainability Consultant at denkstatt with over 10 years of experience in the private and NGO sector in the environmental field. Her expertise lies in sustainability reporting, decarbonization, biodiversity and natural capital accounting. She has been supporting clients in various sectors including food & beverage, retailers and telecommunications in achieving their sustainability goals.
Virpi Kling (Valio) is working as development manager in Valio’s Climate Solutions team. She is in charge of carbon farming activities and trainings for Valio farmers and take also part in Valio’s sustainability reporting. Her responsibilities include also project portfolio management and she s leading several projects in Valio’s Climate program.
Leonardo Mirone Ph.D. is a chemical doctor working in Barilla since 1998. From 1999 to 2020 he has covered many roles within the Raw Materials Purchasing Department and now is “Global Supply Chain, Purchasing Director”, in charge of Packaging and Promotional Materials Sourcing. He is in charge of the Global Sustainability Program for of all the Barilla Sourcing Chains and is part of the Barilla Sustainability Expert Team.