Launch of FoodCloud’s Carbon Calculator
FoodCloud’s Carbon Calculator will estimate our annual carbon balance in order to accurately quantify the environmental benefits, in terms of greenhouse gas emissions, of surplus food redistribution. The balance is the result of the consideration of two elements: the emissions generated by FoodCloud’s activities; and the emissions that are avoided by redistributing food that would otherwise be wasted.
On Friday, 29 September 2023, International Day of Food Loss and Waste, FoodCloud will share the details about the carbon calculator project, as well as insights from Deirdre Timmons of PwC about the Corporate Sustainability Responsibility Directive , and the new European Sustainability Reporting Standards. Register to attend.
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