Achieving sustainability has never been more important than it is today. The effects of climate change are evident across the globe, hitting especially close to home for fresh produce growers. Drought, heat waves and wildfires wreak havoc on some of the world’s top growing regions, depleting our increasingly scarce supply of fresh water in some areas, while others are flooded by record-breaking storms. Meanwhile, the ongoing pandemic has brought to the forefront the importance of protecting our most precious resource – our people.
Add to these the equally difficult challenge of staying informed and up-to-date on ever-evolving regulations, technology, and other demands, and it’s easy to understand why fresh produce professionals are seeking educational conferences that are convenient and singularly focused.
Attend The Virtual 2021 Sustainable Produce Summit For Free
The Summit puts the ABILITY in sustainability with four in-depth webinars, each focused on one of the most prominent topics in sustainability today: Trends & Thought Leadership, Packaging, Operations, and Marketing & Merchandising. Headliners of the webinars will be:
- Taylor Hawes, Colorado River Program Director, and Aaron Derwingson, Water Projects Director, at The Nature Conservancy
- Mike Newman, CEO of Returnity Innovations
- Margaret Henry, Director of Sustainable Agriculture at Pepsico
- Eve Turow-Paul, author of the new book Hungry: Avocado Toast, Instagram Influencers, and Our Search for Connection and Meaning
These sessions will balance the inspirational with the actionable to equip the fresh produce industry with the knowledge and know-how to sustain our future.
Use the code VIP21 to register today for free and to access more than 14 hours of content presented by experts from inside and outside fresh produce. Join us live or watch on-demand whenever your schedule allows.
Agriculture relies heavily on our natural resources and can make a large and positive impact on their conservation, as well. We are all in a position to be a part of the solution. For more event details and to register today, please visit www.sustainableproducesummit.com.