Success or Crisis in 2030? The Fight to Halve Food Loss and Waste

Can the world achieve all it needs to in order to halve food loss and waste by 2030? Or in a decade’s time will we face an insurmountable mountain of food wasted between farms and people’s plates – and the resulting social, environmental and economic consequences?

This Champions 12.3 event offered a candid look at food loss and waste around the world, from farms to business supply chains to household kitchens -- including shining a light on reasons for hope, even as the pandemic reveals deep problems in the food system. It also laid out an urgent call for bigger and bolder action.

Webinar Recording

Champions in Attendance
Group Chief Executive, Tesco
Senior Fellow and Director, Food Loss and Waste, World Resources Institute
Chief Executive Officer, WRAP
Member, WWF US Board of Directors
Chair Professor, China Agricultural University
Managing Director, Consumer Goods Forum
Former Chief Executive Officer, Sodexo
Former Managing Director, IKEA Food Services AB
Independent Chairperson of the Council at FAO
Co-Founder and Group CEO, Olam International Limited
Co-Chair, Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture
Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture, African Union Commission
President, World Farmers’ Organisation
Other Attendees
  • Craig Hanson
    Vice President, Food, Forest, Water and Ocean, WRI
  • Jane Ewing
    Senior Vice President, Sustainability, Walmart
  • Rebecca Pow
    UK Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs