Friday 1 November 2019, from 19:00 until 22:30
Join Net Impact Amsterdam and Yerba in celebration of World Vegan Day
an evening of curiosity, discussion, and flavour
through a curated four-course vegan dinner with Wine Pairing, by plant-forward chef walter marskamp.
We know commercial agricultural systems and mainstream consumption choices put great stress on natural resources and biodiversity, jeopardize human health, and can be deeply inefficient at transferring energy and nutrients from one source to another.
To explore how we, as conscious consumers, can participate in stimulating change, we have invited Dierenwelzijnscheck and Cityplot, plus several experts in the field of regenerative and ethical agricultural systems, to share their perspectives. These experts will explore their vision for an inclusive shift in the way our food is produced and will introduce the roles that consumers can take in actively stimulating sustainable practices.
Courses will be served in between short speaker presentations, and followed by a light guided table dialogue and solutions crafting. See the full agenda below.
Herba Vora comes from the Latin word ‘Herba’, meaning plants, and ‘Vora’, meaning to devour.
Each course is served with a wine pairing, over an expert presentation, followed by a guided table dialogue
Borrel style hors d’oeuvres, bubbles, and socialising
Welcome message by Net Impact Amsterdam
First course served
Animal welfare practices and standards of Amsterdam restaurants by Dierenwelzijnscheck
Second course served
City permaculture and organic co-op food purchasing by Cityplot
Third course served
The real impacts: Plastic and food waste by PwC
Fourth course served
Guided table dialogue
Socialising and closing remarks
Tickets for the evening are EUR 60 per person, inclusive of welcome hors d’oeuvres and bubbles, a four-course dinner with wine pairing or non-alcoholic beverages, and entrance to the programme.