Food for Thought with 2degrees

Last night I attended a great event organised by 2degrees called 'Food For Thought'. It is the third evening of its kind and brought together some really interesting people from across the sustainability world, to discuss various topics ranging from engaging with the supply chain to energy management.

The event was held at Caf Spice Namaste, run by Mr Cryus Todiwala OBE, who is a leader in the restaurant industry, for both his food and his sustainability work. Mr Todiwala is championing sustainability in his cooking with organic, sustainable and British products used wherever possible. The restaurant is also a member of the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) - alongside Virgins very own Babylon Restaurant.

Before a wonderful dinner Mr Todiwala spoke about his fascinating sustainability journey; from growing up in India to being an advisor on HRH The Prince of Wales Mutton Renaissance Movement and on the London Food Board. To find out more about his exciting story, click here.

We also heard from James Atkins, author of Climate Change for Football Fans, who spoke about solid wall insulation and football shorts; as well as Peter Grant from CloudApps who explained how technology can be used for employee engagement.

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