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Sustainable Gastronomy Summit
September 20 - September 21
From September 20 to 21, the Principality of Monaco will host the 1st edition of the Sustainable Gastronomy Summit, organized by Alain Ducasse under the high patronage of Prince Albert II of Monaco. An event aimed at bringing together professionals to (re) think about ways to eat and to reflect on the evolution of sustainable, humanist and responsible cuisine.
The day of September 21 will be moderated by journalist Daphné Roulier and divided around five major themes: farming and fishing in the era of climate change; cooking at the sources of taste; commit to responsible initiatives; restore food education; what is the future of gastronomy.
Professionals will reveal the theme of the evolution of the kitchen, which has become more and more responsible in recent years. Visitors will learn about what the food of the future will be like at master classes and meetings. The latest projects of Alain Ducasse are aimed at conscious consumption and the preservation of the ecology of the planet: cooperation with the Prince Albert II Foundation, SBM, Moët Hennessy. One of the main topics of the summit is greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to the production and consumption of food.
The event will be attended by journalist Daphne Roulier, who will lead several round tables on the future of gastronomy, agriculture and fisheries in times of climate change. Among the guests are Josh Niland, Australian celebrity chef who heads the Saint Peter restaurant in Sydney, representatives of the South American culinary scene Pia Leon & Virgilio Martinez, the best chef of 2021, restaurateur Alice Waters, celebrity chef Dan Barber.