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WBCSD Virtual Meeting - Creating Value, Mitigating Risk and Tackling Food System Externalities - Shared screen with speaker view
Anita Neville
35:48
Hello everyone
Diane Holdorf
01:11:38
THANKS Scarlett and Rodney for the information you've shared in our session so far!
Diane Holdorf
01:11:52
ALL - please use the chat function to share questions or comments
Matthew Watkins
01:28:20
Hi everybody- just a reminder to please send in your questions using the chat function. We will have an opportunity to put these to presenters at the end of the session. Thanks!
Alison Cairns
01:35:08
How does Olam consider other externalities such as those highlighted by Scarlett such as health, social.
ap2hi-muis
01:35:58
Thanks very interesting presentations. in Olam's best practices, is there examples on ecosystem services impact specific to cultural value for the cocoa's farmers in its supply chain networks.
Etienne Zervaas
01:36:57
Yes indeed, further on Alison's point, how is the consumer included as source of influence in changing the food system?
Bahar Keskin den Doelder
01:37:51
Thank you for this very interesting presentation Olam. Is it possible to share an eyeopening result/finding that you uncovered?
Ravi Abeywardana
01:44:34
Hello ap2hi-muis and Etienne. Great questions! We will be sharing further details on the relationships between ecosystem services and social capital in due course. We understand the importance of uncovering such connections, and that a change in one indicator can influence other impacts. Stay tuned via Olam's website and WBCSD True Value of Food workstream
Louise Amand
01:48:09
Thank you very much and congratulation WBCSD.I especially appreciate the Dynamic Risk Assessment presented by Rodney.How can those findings about risks can be included in a multi-capital assessment of impacts and dependencies?And is a Dynamic Opportunities Assessment methodology already exist?For those who are interested in multi-capitals and TEEBAgrifood project for business, happening in 7 countries, please reach us on teebagrifood@capitalscoalition.org
ria.bakshi
01:49:54
Thank you Bahar! One key interesting finding was on hidden cost of water consumption. We thought the max. externality cost will be in those origins/facilities where we are consuming more water, but through watershed specific biodiversity impact and human health analysis, we found different results! The hidden externalities are dependent on surrounding landscapes.
Martin Frick
01:56:59
I'm also available on twitter for any follow up questions and updates
Martin Frick
01:57:10
@cmfrick is my handle, the summit is @foodsystems
Martin Frick
01:58:10
special envoy's twitter @Agnes_Kalibata
Ravi Abeywardana
01:58:46
Thank you. Further details on Olam's Finance For Sustainability department and work can be found here:
Ravi Abeywardana
01:58:48
https://www.olamgroup.com/sustainability/finance-for-sustainability.html
ria.bakshi
01:59:01
Hi Alison, Health and social impacts from water consumption, water pollution etc. we are covering under Natural Capital. Other social impacts from our operations including Health/WASH/Health & Safety/Community impacts we plan to cover under Social Capital accounting.
Scarlett Benson
01:59:41
Thank you everyone!
ria.bakshi
01:59:43
Thank you all!
Lai Principe AC
01:59:45
Thank you all!
Clea Kaske-Kuck
01:59:46
thank you everyone!