ISBE webinar: Quantifying to change
One of the biggest gaps in reducing food waste is understanding its disposal
throughout the supply chain. On November 4th, ISBE will bring to the Brazilian public
the Swedish quantification models that guide ISBE´s The Brazilian (No) Waste Atlas
Official Oppening: Swedish Embassy
9h00 – 9h15: ISBE – Welcome and Greetings – Kelly Dalben –Vídeo (Clube).
About the Hub – Clube da Economia Circula – Atlas and Waste Panoram proposals – Fausto Makishi –
9h00 – 9h15 Abertura – Embaixada/ ISBE/ All4Food
9h15 – 9h45 O modelo sueco de mensuração de resíduos pós-consumo – IVL e convidados – Parte 1/ Part 1
10h05 – 10h25 Finalização da discussão do workshop – IVL e Clube de Economia Circular do ISBE
11h00 – 11h30 Um modelo para os dados brasileiros – UFPB/Laser e Saveadd – Parte 3/ Part. 3
Kelly Dalben: Founder and presidente of ISBE – Swedish-Brazilian Institute of Circular Economy and Sustainable Development, Engagement Manager for international projects at CAIS (Integrated Center for Actions in Sustainability), master´s student in Communication and Consumption Practices at ESPM (School of Advertising and Marketing), investigates the theme of meaning for Abundance in Brazil, within the working group Mnemon: communication, memory and consumption practices.
He holds a degree in Food Engineering from the University of São Paulo (2008), a master´s degree in Food Engineering (2012) with in emphasis on technology transfer, use of waste and income generation from University of São Paulo and a doctorate in Food Enginnering from the same institution focused on strategy and sustainable development. He is a professor at the Institute of Agrarian Sciences of the Federal University of Minas Gerais. Coordinator of the Associate Masters course at UFMG/ Unimontes in Society, Environment and Territory and also of the Interdisciplinary
Center for Research in Technology and Humanities – NIPTECH/ UFMG. He is deputy coordinator of the All 4 Food network. Has experience in the áreas of strategy, income generation, food security and public policy.
9h15 – 9h45 / Part 1
Mattias Eriksson is an Associate Professor at the Swedish University of Agricultural Science where he conducts research and teaching in sustainable food system with focus on food waste reduction. Mattias received a PhD in technology 2015 for his thesis titled ‘Supermarket food waste – Prevention and management with the focus on reduced waste for reduced carbon footprint’. The focus of his research has been on food waste in the retail and hospitality sectors, and how a reduction of this
waste could lead to a more sustainable food system. In this position he also teaches life cycle assessment and food waste quantification to undergraduate students, supervises master- and doctoral students and works as a director of studies.
Louise Sörme works at Statistics Sweden as a senior advisor. She has worked with waste statistics for more than ten years. Food waste, industrial waste, household waste are some of the areas which Louise has focused on. Louise has a PhD in Environmental Science from Linkoping University, Sweden.
Aditi Bhasin, MSc Environmental Engineering, works as a project manager at IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute. She has worked with different types of waste streams, and in the recent years, focused on food waste valorization and reduction. She has experience of working in many different countries with waste management projects, and therefore has a good understanding of cultures and conditions.
About: “Food waste quantification: workshop on data collection methodologies and lessons learnt from Sweden” Experts from Sweden will present Sweden’s statistics system for data collection and analysis of food waste streams. They will also shed light on Sweden’s national goals for food waste reduction, and how these goals are measured/followed up. The workshop will focus on the sectors of food services,
retail and food industry. Other sectors such as households will be briefly covered.
9h45 – 10h05 Fika Tid – Group discussions
10h05 – 10h25 – Workshop conclusion
10h30 – 11h00 – Part.2
Francisco Ugayama: He is a founding partner of the startup Evolve Ambiental, acting as director of projects, Technologies and applications in reuse processes and adding value to solid waste. He works as a consultant for FAO in Circular Economy. With over 20 years of experience, he has a multidisciplinar view on solid waste management, organic certification processes for productive activities in the Agro sector, development of value-added products from food processing by-products, especially from the Fishing and Aquaculture and specializing in circular food chain projects. Graduated in Agronomic Engineering from ESALQ/ USP.
About: Francisco will present latest numbers regarding FWP from FAO, plus the outcomes of his study for FAO regarding retail waste overview.
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Salvador Iglesias: Founder of Saveadd (software company), graduated in Marketing and specialist in social innovation. He started his life as na entrepreneur in Italy, during Expo Milano 2015, where he presented the concept focused on donations. Since then, he has searched through technology for ways to combat food waste and value generation for everyone involved.
About: Alisson and Salvador will present the IT mindset behind of The Brazilian (No) Waste Atlas from ISBE.
11h30 – 12h00 WRAP UP ISBE/ UNEP