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Knowledge-building for Food Loss and Waste (FLW)

June 26, 2019
9:00am – 11:30am PST


A researcher-to-researcher event for those in government, business, academia or community:

  • Vancouver - Scotiabank Lecture Room 1315, Simon Fraser University, Harbour Centre Campus, 515 West Hastings St., Vancouver 
  • Guelph - Room 234, Hutt Building, University of Guelph (50 Stone Rd. East) Map and Parking
  • Toronto - Room 5016G, 5th floor, 100 St George St, University of Toronto, Toronto
  • Montreal - 141 av. Président-Kennedy, 8th floor (Place-des-Arts metro station), Montreal, Room Normand-Maurice
    • Located in the SB pavilion of UQAM (Université du Québec à Montréal)
    • Underground parking accessible from St-Urbain Street (between Sherbrooke St and President-Kennedy av.)
  • Ottawa - 1341 Baseline Road, Ottawa, T5-F4-211 (Tower 5, 4th floor, room 211)
  • Saint-Hyacinthe - 3600 Boulevard, Casavant Ouest, Saint-Hyacinthe Research and Development Centre, Saint-Hyacinthe
  • Washington, DC - 500 5th Street, National Academy of Sciences, Room 104, NW Washington, DC

The National Zero Waste Council, in collaboration with Simon Fraser University, is hosting a FLW research sharing forum. We invite you to attend through one of our site locations (see above).

Research interest in FLW has skyrocketed: from understanding its causes, to investigating policy, business innovation or behavior change solutions. Research projects are being led by government policy makers, business R&D departments, university researchers, consultants. These projects can benefit from better understanding the types of knowledge projects currently underway or recently completed, how to avoid duplication, what opportunities there might be to pool resources, how to collaboratively engage similar sets of stakeholders – and what research gaps might exist.

Invitees include businesses including those conducting research for clients as well as their R&D departments; federal, provincial and municipal governments; university faculty and grad students; industry and consultancies.



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