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SDG2AdvocacyHub 17m
With 17 to achieve by 2030, we all need to ACT to make these goals a reality! Snapshot of today’s discussions at with :
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Neil Forbes Jun 22
Had a meeting this morning about getting this off the ground here in Scotland, surely we can do this?
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Paul Newnham 🇦🇺 21m
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Dennis The Prescott Aug 4
Great food starts in a field, on a farm, with a farmer.
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Liliane Kambirigi Feb 18
We are hearing that raising bison/buffalo could be an alternative also for the healthy nutrition part. What do you think?
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Global Citizen Impact Feb 22
Global Citizen proudly supports & , finalist in UN SDG Action Challenge Award - congrats!
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Dennis The Prescott Dec 1
Tonight I made dessert for 150 rockstars in Johannesburg including the Prime Minister of Norway, PM of Ghana, Deputy Director of the UN, Naomi Campbell.....Never in a million years would I have thought. What an honour. 🔥🙌
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Oxfam America Jun 10
Chefs cooking and talking sustainability at ! 🍊🍐🥕🥑🥦🥖🥘
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Gerda Verburg Jun 12
Read this : these chefs feed people, are passioned about healthy and tasty food, inspire young kids and mothers to do miracles with products that are affordable. That are also crucial brokers 4 improved food systems .
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Sourish Bhattacharyya Jun 11
, founder member of the Young Chefs Forum for Sustainable India, at the meeting in Stockholm on the . is proud to be a facilitator. We must discuss this.
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Mary Sue Milliken Aug 6
It’s artichoke season-here’s a hot tip: I cook the stem along with the artichoke, then peel and eat it whole for a snack! It tastes delicious & uses a part of the plant you might otherwise throw away.
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Sarah Martin Oct 5
We are thrilled to work with and on how chefs can massively influence achievement of
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Darjeeling Express Jun 21
Thank you and for organising an inspirational line-up of speakers this morning at Action Hub today 🙏🏽 The lunch was spectacular! Loved the charcoal toasted bread the most!
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EAT Jun 19
EAT's will be speaking at the London Action Hub launch today at 4 pm. Congratulations to all the chefs involved in making healthy & sustainable food tasty, delicious & fun!
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Paul Newnham 🇦🇺 Jan 20
In 2018,  action for the took place in Johannesburg, Copenhagen, New Delhi, New York & many more. Watch this space for 2019 action!  
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Elizabeth Vazquez Sep 25
Thank you ⁦⁩ for including ⁦⁩ in the discussion on how to use and to protect life underwater and the rest of us on land
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Federica Cerulli Jun 10
participating in in to advocate with world’s chefs for sustainable inclusive increased productivity and food variety.
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James Beard Foundation Jul 17
Today the is hosting the kickoff brainstorm for the NYC chapter of the Chefs Manifesto. Meetings like these are being held across the globe to rally chefs to fight for worldwide sustainability. Learn more about the + its mission
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Sarah Martin Sep 25
. delighted to be able to collaborate with and to promote and achieve a world by 2030
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Mary Sue Milliken Jun 23
Just landed LAX after a great week cooking at was a blast!
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