The Future of Food: Helping the World One Bite at a Time
Wednesday, April 22, from 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
Join us for a virtual Earth Day panel moderated by Natalie Kindred, HBS senior researcher and manager for the Agribusiness Program. Hear from Philip Behn, CEO of Imperfect Foods and Rebekah Moses, head of impact strategy from Impossible Foods, as they discuss how their organizations are approaching environmental challenges such as food waste and climate change along with their thoughts on the future of the industry and opportunities for innovation. They will also share insights about how their businesses are managing the COVID crisis. This event is organized by the HBS Business & Environment Initiative (BEI), HBS Student Sustainability Associates, HBS Sustainability, and HBS Connects. RSVP here.
HBS is also participating in a webinar on the 21st that is open to all about bees with Best Bees, the nonprofit the manages our bee hives:
Beehives & Business: Why Sustainability Leaders are Bringing Bees to Work
Tuesday, April 21, from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Find out what all the buzz is about with a discussion with our beekeepers, Best Bees. You’ll learn about the importance of bees to our food system, economic stability, and environmental resiliency along with bee health challenges and the latest findings on how we can help bees thrive. Plus, HBS, Beacon Capital Partners, and Cushman & Wakefield will share how their beehives support sustainability goals. Register here.
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