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The Circular Economy Café by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. The Future of Food: The Promise of the Circular Economy

11–11:45 a.m. G.M.T.
The Terrace
Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Reinventing your breakfast to address climate change? To effectively address climate change, we need to tackle the greenhouse gas emissions and the biodiversity loss caused by our food system. Circular design can offer part of the solution to these global problems. By creating food products that are made of diverse, lower-impact, upcycled and regeneratively grown ingredients, we can pave the way to a nature-positive food system. In this session, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Gaëlle Le Gélard and Eliot Beeby will talk about how circular design for food can make nature-positive food products the norm and showcase what nature-positive food products could look like in the future.

Complimentary snacks and beverages made of regeneratively grown ingredients will be served during Café opening hours of 10.30 a.m. and 5 p.m. 


Gaëlle Le Gélard, Food Designer, Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Eliot Beeby, Senior Research Analyst, Ellen MacArthur Foundation

This session has been developed by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. It is not editorial content of The New York Times.