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Years

2015 - 2020

Status

Ongoing

POSTPONED CONFERENCES

Given the current situation and the measures implemented by the government, the conferences initially scheduled for the months of March, April, May and June have been postponed until September, October and November.

WHAT IS FOOD FIGHT?

Since 2015, the Food Fight program, carried out in partnership with the Fonds Éco IGA, has held free conferences for people across Quebec to provide them with simple, practical advice to help fight food waste. The 5th edition of the Food Fight conference tour is being held from November 2019 to November 2020.

Registration for conferences for organizations is currently closed. Try your luck again next fall. Stay tuned!
Program currently only available in French

CONFERENCES FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC
Are you a municipality, community centre or library? Think big—you could hold a free conference for the general public on the topic of food waste. An expert from Earth Day will lead the conference during lunchtime or in the evening. Are you an individual who would like to attend a conference for the general public? Check out our interactive map!

CONFERENCES FOR ORGANIZATIONS
Imagine a Food Fight conference with your office colleagues! Use your lunch break to hold your next team building activity. An expert on food waste from Earth Day will come to your workplace to lead a one-hour conference for you and your colleagues.

TIPS, TRICKS AND RECIPES

Find out about the many ways to reduce food waste through our collection of recipes, tips and tricks to try out at home:

2019 – 2020 EDITION

In 2020, food waste experts from Earth Day will be touring across Quebec to hold free conferences at various workplaces and events for the general public. Check out the profiles of our experts below.

The conferences are available to CEGEP students, vocational colleges and universities. They are also available to faculty members or employees of schools providing any level of education. For the youngest students, we suggest La Tablée des Chefs!

Join the #foodfight community!

Become part of a community centred around dialogue and mutual support that brings together people who are interested in reducing food waste from across Quebec and New Brunswick.

PROGRAM REPRESENTATIVES

 
Food Waste Expert

Camille Defoly

Joyful and positive, Camille is convinced that taking conscious actions on a daily basis makes a difference! Her passion for theatre makes her the perfect candidate to host and organize various events. She is a friendly person who enjoys playing board games and also loves cooking and using leftovers to try out new dishes. To Camille, every outing in nature is an opportunity to be amazed by wildflowers and mushrooms.

Food Waste Expert

Louis-Philippe Potvin

Louis-Philippe is a strong believer in the power of food as a catalyst for positive change. He inspires his entourage to become masters of their own destiny by following a healthy, balanced diet. He believes that changing the world into a sustainable ecosystem is something that is done on a daily basis—one meal at a time.

Food Waste Expert

Édith Ouellet

For Édith, a professional nutritionist, healthy eating and food sustainability go hand in hand. She believes that reducing food waste is an important way to provide access to healthy food at a lower cost. Her concerns about access to information and concrete tools that promote food sustainability led her to co-found the social economy company L'Atelier du Goût.

Food Waste Expert

Eva Murith

Eva is not only fascinated with food but with its power to bring people together. That’s why she helps protect this precious resource by taking action to reduce food waste. She is the co-founder of Preserve, an organization that supports the fight to reduce food waste in hotels, restaurants and institutions.

 

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