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Sustainable food tech: cultured meat, alt proteins, food waste, sustainable packaging, vertical farming, regenerative agriculture. Learn in deep-dive seasons about innovations in the food industry for a more sustainable and healthy future. Red to Green features food startups and food industry leaders to cover game-changing breakthroughs in the future of food.

Red to Green - Food Tech | Sustainability | Food Innovation | Future of Food | Cultured Meat Marina Schmidt

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Sustainable food tech: cultured meat, alt proteins, food waste, sustainable packaging, vertical farming, regenerative agriculture. Learn in deep-dive seasons about innovations in the food industry for a more sustainable and healthy future. Red to Green features food startups and food industry leaders to cover game-changing breakthroughs in the future of food.

    2.9. Ocean plastic: How the World Economic Forum works with governments, corporates & innovators to tackle plastic waste with Kristin Hughes Executive Director Global Plastic Action Partnership

    2.9. Ocean plastic: How the World Economic Forum works with governments, corporates & innovators to tackle plastic waste with Kristin Hughes Executive Director Global Plastic Action Partnership

    If we continue business as usual, by 2025 we will have more plastic in the ocean than fish. Plastic waste is a massive, global issue, that’s why we will leave the start-up bubble today and talk with Kristin Hudges, from The World Economic Forum. Apart from the annual gatherings in Davos, the Forum Kristin is also engaged in a variety of initiatives. One of them is the Global Plastic Action Partnership. And we will talk about it today. Kristin offers us a broader, systemic view, giving us an insight into how the World Economic Forum works with governments on this issue, for example in Indonesia. We discuss how plastics end up in the ocean, who is to blame and what we should do about it.

    Kristin is Executive Director of the Global Plastic Action Partnership. She has had many influential leadership positions, too many many too list to be exact. Previously she was the Global Director of Sustainability, Health, and Wellbeing at Mars Food. 

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    Check out the Red to Green Website for the show notes and more info https://redtogreen.solutions/  

    For sponsorships, collaborations, volunteering or feedback write Marina at change@redtogreen.solutions

    Please leave a review on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/red-to-green-food-sustainability/id1511303510

    Kristin's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristin-hughes-23662a18/

    • 38 Min.
    2.8. Styrofoam made from mushrooms: Mycelium makes waste into home compostable packaging. Circular, renewable, sustainable - with Paul Gilligan from Magical Mushroom Co

    2.8. Styrofoam made from mushrooms: Mycelium makes waste into home compostable packaging. Circular, renewable, sustainable - with Paul Gilligan from Magical Mushroom Co

    What if there would be an alternative that uses waste and creates a fully renewable alternative using fungi, which per definition can safely go back to the earth? When you have something shipped, whether it be bottles of wine, some tech gadgets, or even furniture pieces they need protection - the white, light-weight material is polystyrene, also known as styrofoam. Widely used for transportation it is hardly recycled at and 40% ends up in landfills. Today you will hear from Paul Gilligan, the CEO of The Magical Mushroom Company. spent 14 years at the supermarkt chain Sainsbury’s in a range of senior roles, where he won a number of industry awards.

    Let's connect on LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/schmidt-marina/

    Check out the Red to Green Website for the show notes and more info https://redtogreen.solutions/  

    For sponsorships, collaborations, volunteering or feedback write Marina at change@redtogreen.solutions

    Please leave a review on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/red-to-green-food-sustainability/id1511303510

    • 33 Min.
    2.7. Plastic Bank: Giving plastic waste a worth - how recycling can address poverty with CEO David Katz

    2.7. Plastic Bank: Giving plastic waste a worth - how recycling can address poverty with CEO David Katz

    Plastic Bank enables people to collect plastic and earn money with it, so they can lift themselves out of poverty. The Plastic Bank is an eco-system that provides an opportunity for the world to collect and trade plastic waste as a currency. For many years western countries shipped plastic waste to China until imports were banned in 2018. This hasn’t stopped, it just shifted. To Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and other countries. Many poor communities near the coastal areas can’t afford proper recycling and the trash ends up in the sea. According to our interview guest today, David, the issue is that we don’t value plastic. And that is something he is changing with Plastik Bank. Global partners include IBM, Shell Energy, SC Johnson, Aldi, Henkel, and more. You will hear from David Katz, Founder and CEO, Plastic Bank. He is the recipient of the United Nations Lighthouse award for Planetary Health and clearly a powerhouse.

    Let's connect on LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/schmidt-marina/

    Check out the Red to Green Website for the show notes and more info https://redtogreen.solutions/  

    For sponsorships, collaborations, volunteering or feedback write Marina at change@redtogreen.solutions

    Please leave a review on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/red-to-green-food-sustainability/id1511303510

    David Katz’s LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-katz-4b66178/

    Plastic Bank’s LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/company/plasticbank/

    Plastic Bank’s Website- https://plasticbank.com/

    David’s email: David@plasticbank.com

    • 33 Min.
    2.6. Large-scale reuse: A successful case study of the German reuse system and buying groceries circular with Circolution Co-Founder Kirils Jegorovs

    2.6. Large-scale reuse: A successful case study of the German reuse system and buying groceries circular with Circolution Co-Founder Kirils Jegorovs

    How can reusable packaging help to reduce plastic waste? How could a system look like in which we buy for example our lentils, yogurts, and coffee in reusable glass jars and return them to be used - again, and again, and again? What are examples of large-scale reusable systems that are already successful today? You will hear this and much more from Kirils Jegorovs the Co-Founder and Lead Link of Circolution, a System Development company dedicated to building a system of Reusable Packaging scalable to all food segments, starting in Germany. Previously he worked in retail and developed new products for consumer goods companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Hochland, and Nestle. He also helped Mitte - a startup developing a water purification and remineralization device - to make their product circular.

    Let's connect on LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/schmidt-marina/

    Check out the Red to Green Website for the show notes and more info https://redtogreen.solutions/  

    For sponsorships, collaborations, volunteering or feedback write Marina at change@redtogreen.solutions

    Please leave a review on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/red-to-green-food-sustainability/id1511303510

    • 36 Min.
    2.5. Algae-based, edible packaging: Notpla revolutionizes coatings, films, and sachets with a home-compostable solution

    2.5. Algae-based, edible packaging: Notpla revolutionizes coatings, films, and sachets with a home-compostable solution

    The power of seaweed - are algae the source of the packaging of the future? What role does edible packaging play for sustainable solutions? And How does the innovative packaging startup Notpla inspire lots of consumers and companies through their edible packaging solutions? You will hear from Lise Honsinger, the CFO, and COO of Notpla, a company based in the UK that has raised over $6 Million. Beforehand Lise worked in Private Equity investing in renewable energy, including financing the first grid-connected solar in the Philippines and kick-starting their nation's race for solar energy. Notpla is one of the coolest startups in the sustainable packaging space with a great brand and lots of momentum.



    Let's connect on LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/schmidt-marina/

    Check out the Red to Green Website for the show notes and more info https://redtogreen.solutions/  

    For sponsorships, collaborations, volunteering or feedback write Marina at change@redtogreen.solutions

    Please leave a review on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/red-to-green-food-sustainability/id1511303510

    • 39 Min.
    2.4. 100% Made From Waste: Compostable Service Ware Using Sugarcane Residue and self-generated energy with Ved Krishna from Yash Pakka

    2.4. 100% Made From Waste: Compostable Service Ware Using Sugarcane Residue and self-generated energy with Ved Krishna from Yash Pakka

    What are the up and downsides of compostable packaging? How is the manufacturer Yash Pakka creating compostable packaging from agricultural waste? And how do they manage to generate their own energy and be one of the few companies doing their own chemical recycling, producing in a circular manner? You will hear from Ved Krishna. Ved is the Executive Vice Chairman and Strategy Head of the company Yash Pakka. Yash Pakka is based in India, was founded in 1981, and went public in 2002. With over 500 full-time employees, 1200 including contract workers the manufacturer aims to replace single-use plastic, specifically in the gastronomy sector.

    Let's connect on LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/schmidt-marina/

    Check out the Red to Green Website for the show notes and more info https://redtogreen.solutions/  

    For sponsorships, collaborations, volunteering or feedback write Marina at change@redtogreen.solutions

    Please leave a review on iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/red-to-green-food-sustainability/id1511303510

    • 38 Min.

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13 Bewertungen

Christoph _ ,

Great quality of interview guests

The podcast gives a good introduction to topics in food tech for people in and outside the industry. A friend recommended it to me and I am trying to listen to it ever since.

Lea Gruenewald ,

Incredibly insightful

Really great podcast on the topic of food and sustainability. Season 1 is off to a great start with well picked guests and thought provoking conversations.

plentyplanteater ,

What what that’s great

Iheard about Red to Green through a friend and liked all the episodes so far. As someone interested in sustainability learning about the impact of the food industry on our environment has been eye-opening. Food tech is usually not my turf but the podcast is getting me interested in that field. Looking forward to the upcoming interviews and seasons.

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