SAW #20: Sustainable Seafood Consumption

Solutions for Food Services: Sustainable Seafood Consumption

The 20th jubilee episode is a special one – it is an accredited side event of UN Ocean Conference 2022. So, in this episode, focusing on the topic of Sustainable Seafood Consumption, we invite you to watch a 30-minute discussion about consumption of seafood in foodservice industry. In short, our host Chris Koetke and the guest Sheila Bowman will discuss how foodservice affects ocean’s health and wildlife.

During this webcast, we will cover topics of ocean pollution, overfishing, and non-sustainable aquaculture from the perspective of Chefs. Moreover, Sheila will share some insights on her team’s research and on it’s potential use for culinary professionals. Tune in and learn the recommended sustainable practices to minimize the impact of hospitality industry on oceans and their wildlife.

This episode is an accredited side event of UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon (27 Jun – 1 Jul 2022). It promotes UN Sustainable Development Goal 14: Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development. To learn more about the 2022 UN Ocean Conference, please visit the Conference website.

Sustainability Around the World is part of our Feed the Planet initiative, inspiring sustainable food consumption among communities and culinary professionals. Learn more at Also, watch previous episode here.

Founded by Worldchefs, Feed the Planet is run in partnership with Electrolux Food Foundation and AIESEC. Particularly, this initiative counts on the support of the Electrolux Food Foundation. Learn more about the Foundation here.

#UNOC2022 #SaveOurOcean #CleanSeas #BeatPlasticPollution #OceanDecade #ActNow #ClimateAction #FoodIndustry #ThisIsWorldchefs #ElectroluxFoodFoundation #ElectroluxProfessional #AIESEC #FeedThePlanet

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