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Appendix A Public Session Agendas T he committee held two meetings that were open to the public. The first took place on August 16, 2019, in Washington, D.C. The second took place on October 7â8, 2019; it was held as an online conference on October 7 and in Washington, D.C, on October 8. Committee on A Systems Approach to Reducing Consumer Food Waste Open Meeting 1 Friday, August 16, 2019 8:00 AMâ12:30 PM ET PERSPECTIVES FROM THE SPONSORS Moderator: Barbara Schneeman, Committee Chair 8:00 Welcome Barbara Schneeman, Committee Chair 8:05 Perspectives from the Foundation of Food and Agriculture Research Sally Rockey, Executive Director 8:25 Perspectives from The Walmart Foundation Eileen Hyde, Director of Hunger and Healthy Eating (by Zoom) 8:40 Q&A 169
170 NATIONAL STRATEGY TO REDUCE FOOD WASTE PERSPECTIVES FROM RESEARCHERS Moderator: Barbara Schneeman, Committee Chair 8:50 Household Food Waste: Lessons from around the Globe Tom Quested, Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) Global (by Zoom) 9:10 Reducing Consumer Food Waste:Â Insights from the Guelph Food Waste Research Group Kate Parizeau, University of Guelph 9:30 Consumer-level Wasted Food: Insights, Ideas and Lessons Learned Ashley Zanolli, Emerging Possibility LLC 9:50 Q&A 10:15 Break 10:30 Wasted Food in Oregon:Â Recent Research Findings and Next Steps Elaine Blaitt, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (by Zoom) 10:50 Peeling Back Layers of the Wasted Onion: Root Causes of Consumer Food Waste and Shifting the EnvironmentÂ around Them Dana Gunders, Next Course, LLC (by Zoom) 11:10 Experiences from the Hospitality and Food Service Industries Pete Pearson, World Wildlife Fund 11:30 Wise Psychological Interventions Greg Walton, Stanford University (by Zoom) 11:50 Q&A 12:30 Open session adjourns
APPENDIX A 171 Committee on A Systems Approach to Reducing Consumer Food Waste Open Meeting 2 Monday, October 7, 2019 4:30â5:15 PM ET Moderator: Barbara Schneeman, Committee Chair 4:15 Welcome Barbara Schneeman, Committee Chair 4:20 The Value of Packaging as a Strategy to Prevent Food Waste in America Martin Gooch, VCM-International (by Zoom) 4:40 Q&A 5:00 Open Session Adjourns Tuesday, October 8, 2019 8:30 AMâ1:40 PM ET 8:30 Registration Moderator: Barbara Schneeman, Committee Chair 9:00 Welcome Barbara Schneeman, Committee Chair Session 1: Trends in Food Distribution and Purchasing 9:05 Understanding Consumption Habits to Influence Food Waste Darren Seifer, The NDP Group 9:25 Q&A Session 2: Learning from Other Disciplines 9:40 Lessons from Psychological Research on Recycling, Energy Use, and Composting Alex Maki, American Association for the Advancement of Science
172 NATIONAL STRATEGY TO REDUCE FOOD WASTE 10:00 A Community-Based Environmental Change Intervention to Sustain Weight Reduction Christina Economos, Tufts University (by Zoom) 10:20 Q&A Session 3: Potential Technological and Policy Interventions 10:40 Save the Food Campaign Erik Olson, Natural Resources Defense Council Andrea Spacht Collins, Natural Resources Defense Council (by Zoom) 11:00 The Science of Behavior Change: How to Maximize Reductions in Food Waste at the Consumer Level Corby Martin, Pennington Biomedical Research Center 11:20 Food Waste and Food Security Policies in Washington State Katie Rains, Washington State Department of Agriculture (by Zoom) 11:40 Q&A 12:00 Lunch 1:00 The Power of Social Movements and Civic Activism to Bring About Social Change Dana Fisher, University of Maryland 1:25 Q&A 1:45 Open Session Adjourns