Workshop on sustainable practices in the food and beverage sector

The project preparation team hope to gain insight from a diverse range of stakeholders in the food and beverage industry or waste sector; including tourist operators, hotels and restaurants, retailers and vendors, local producers and growers, policy-makers and waste management.
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The National Environment Service (NES) & Te Ipukarea Society will be hosting a consultation workshop for our upcoming GEF-8 Plastic R.E.S.P.O.N.S.E project is aimed at addressing single-use plastic waste in the food and beverage sector.

This workshop will be held on the 6th of March at The Rarotongan Beach Resort and Lagoonarium, Treetop Verandah.

Our project preparation team hope to gain insight from a diverse range of stakeholders in the food and beverage industry or waste sector; including tourist operators, hotels and restaurants, retailers and vendors, local producers and growers, policy-makers and waste management. Your insight can help our project to effectively assist the food and beverage industry in adopting sustainable practices to minimize and substitute single-use plastics.

We welcome all government partners and policy-makers, tourism operators with food and/or beverage operations, retailers of food and/or beverage, local NGO’s with an interest in waste reduction to attend this workshop. Your participation is important to shape the GEF-8 Plastic R.E.S.P.O.N.S.E to safeguard our pristine environment for generations to come.

GEF-8 Plastic R.E.S.P.O.N.S.E project is the Cook Islands National Child Project titled “Reducing Single-Use Plastics in Small Island Economies” under the global intergrated Programme “Circular Solutions to Plastic Pollution” run by the Global Environment Facility.

To register your attendance, please click here

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