LEAF Mar­que Sum­mit 2017

As more and more com­pa­nies from across the food sup­ply chain extend their com­mit­ment to respon­si­ble busi­ness prac­tices, the 2017 LEAF Mar­que Sum­mit asked whether we are doing enough to mar­ket our sus­tain­abil­i­ty achieve­ments and aspi­ra­tions. Explor­ing our effec­tive­ness in build­ing con­sumer aware­ness and trust, and ask­ing how we can work more effec­tive­ly togeth­er to pro­mote our col­lec­tive sus­tain­able commitments.

Speakers

Jonathan Porritt, Founder and Director of Forum for the Future

Emmanuelle Hopkinson, Project Manager, Food Plan A Team, Marks and Spencer

Simon Day, Farm Manager, Worth Farms and LEAF Demonstration Farmer

Emma Keller, Agricultural Commodities Manager, WWF-UK

Tallulah Chapman, Communications Manager, Forest Stewardship Council

Caroline Drummond, Chief Executive, LEAF

Kathryn Green, Sustainability Manager, LEAF

Quentin Clark, Director Business Collaboration, LEAF

Photographs

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Presentations

  1. Welcome and Introduction by Caroline Drummond MBE, LEAF Chief Executive [PDF]
  2. Launch of LEAF Global Impacts Report 2017 by Kathryn Green, Sustainability Manager, LEAF [PDF]
  3. Making the case for sustainable sourcing by Emma Keller Agricultural Commodities Manager, WWF-UK [PDF]
  4. A Proud Heritage Looking to the Future: LEAF Marque and Sustainability Simon Day Farm Manager, Worth Farms Ltd, [PDF]
  5. Sustainability and M&S Supply Chains Emmanuelle Hopkinson Project Manager, Food Plan A Team, Marks and Spencer [PDF]
  6. Delivering Sustainability in Forestry and Forest Products Tallulah Chapman, Communications Manager, Forest Stewardship Council [PDF]
  7. LEAF Marque Update Quentin Clark, Director Business Collaboration LEAF [PDF]