The 17 Sustainable Development Goals laid out in 2015 have been guiding lights for sustainable development over the last five years — and remain just as prevalent during our current global pandemic.
In partnership with the Zayed Sustainability Prize, this webinar will take a deep dive into the food sector and feature Helen Munday, Chief Scientific Officer at the Food and Drink Federation, Rob Cameron, Global Head of Public Affairs at Nestlé and Sabrina Gonçalves Krebsbach, Agricultural Commodities Specialist at WWF-UK. The discussion will address:
- How COVID-19 has impacted the food sector and supply chain
- What the current innovation landscape looks like and promising developments for pandemic resilience
- What 2030 will look like and what it will take to achieve relevant SDGs.
This webinar will be facilitated by Denise Delaney, Partner at ERM.
About the Zayed Sustainability Prize
This series is in partnership with the Zayed Sustainability Prize. Established in 2008, this annual award recognises and rewards the achievements of those who are driving impactful, innovative and inspiring sustainability solutions across five distinct categories: Health, Food, Energy, Water and Global High Schools.
About Helen Munday
Helen Munday is the Food and Drink Federation’s Chief Scientific Officer. Helen is accountable for the diverse food safety and science policy briefs, but also has responsibility for sustainability and contributes to health and wellbeing policy.
Helen has a wealth of experience in the food and drink sector. She started her career with Mars Petcare where she spent 20 years in various roles including nutrition research, product development and innovation processes. A significant period of time was spent overseas, gaining invaluable international experience. Helen served as Head of Research at the Mars Petcare Global Research Centre for over five years.
Helen has also held the position of Director of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs for Coca-Cola and worked as Lead Technologist in AgriFood at InnovateUK.
About Rob Cameron
Rob Cameron has over 20 years of experience in the fields of sustainability, corporate responsibility and stakeholder dialogue. He led several companies and organizations at the international level, among them Fairtrade International, the global umbrella organization for the Fairtrade movement, and SustainAbility, a global consultancy and think tank.
About Sabrina Goncalves Krebsbach
Sabrina is an Agricultural Commodities Specialist at WWF-UK.
She was formerly a Manager (Senior Sustainability Strategy Consultant) at SustainAbility, and worked with clients across various sectors – including food and agriculture, but also healthcare, mobility, and energy – to help them embed sustainability into their strategy and operations.
Prior to joining SustainAbility, she worked as a Programme Manager for the French social enterprise PUR Projet, where she designed, developed and managed ecosystem regeneration programmes in corporate partners’ agricultural supply chains. Former employers also include the United Nations Environment Programme and the French Vegetarian Society.