While we remain optimistic about the future of sustainability there is still a lot of work to be done – and that includes what we bring to table. There will be no disposable dishes, cutlery or plastic bottles at Impact’24.
In addition, all caterers serving Impact’24 will be required to use organic and locally sourced products – ultimately, more than 90% of the dishes served at the event will be based on seasonal produce – helping not only to reduce our carbon footprint, but also to support local communities.
Switching to a diet that relies more on plant-based products could reduce environmental costs such as water pollution, deforestation and greenhouse gas emissions. That’s why the only place you’ll see a lot of red at Impact’24 is on stage.
That means there will be no red meat on the table and more than 50% of the foods served at the event will be vegetarian.
Since zero waste also applies in our kitchen – any leftover food will be donated to appropriate organizations selected by Impact.
We hope that Impact’24 will leave participants excited about taking part in future editions of the event. It will certainly be an opportunity to get a fresh dose of inspiration and see some familiar faces – surrounded by materials that will gain a second life through reusability.