With over 100 attendees comprised of students, researchers and industry professionals, UGSRP's 9th annual symposium was an inspiring evening filled with individuals passionate about sustainability. From Program Assistant Erika Bollinger at Oceanwise we heard about unexpected and innovative solutions to better our seafood industry, when there's a will there's a way; zero carbon operations are … Continue reading 9th Annual Symposium Recap
On Wednesday October 2nd, 2019 UGSRP will be hosting its 9th annual Symposium on Restaurant Sustainability! This year's theme is "Success in Sustainability: Celebrating Sustainability Success Stories in the Canadian Restaurant Industry". Thanks to our sponsor Profile Hospitality we are able to look at three companies changing the foodservice landscape. We will be holding a presentation and panel … Continue reading UGSRP 9th Annual Symposium
In case you missed the 7th Annual UGSRP symposium, “Plant Based Menus, ‘Fad’ or ‘Trend’ you no longer have to feel out of the sustainable loop. In the recordings below you can watch our keynote speaker Steven Salm, President of Chase Hospitality sharing his experience and perspectives. As well as, an inside look into the … Continue reading 7th Annual UGSRP Symposium Recording
On March 7th, the University of Guelph’s Sustainable Restaurant Project hosted our 7th annual sustainability symposium. This year’s theme was “Plant Based Menus, ‘Fad’ or Trend?”. We gathered wonderful industry and non-industry minds to reflect and provide valuable insight on the topic, and concluded that Plant-based menus are absolutely a trend. Our symposium kicked off … Continue reading 7th Annual UGSRP Symposium Recap
On February 7th, the University of Guelph’s Sustainable Restaurant Project welcomed the community to our annual symposium. This year’s theme was Responsible Seafood in Restaurants and reflected on how consumer choices are affecting our oceans. We welcomed industry professionals who have been working towards a common goal of providing consumers with the choice of responsible … Continue reading 6th Annual UGSRP Symposium Recap
On Tuesday February 7th UGSRP will be hosting its 6th annual Symposium on Restaurant Sustainability. This year the theme for the event is "Responsible Seafood, a Restaurant Perspective." We will be holding a presentation followed by a panel discussion at the Ontario Veterinary College Lifetime Living Centre (Room 1714) from 4:30-6:30 pm. This is a free event. … Continue reading Save the Date! 2017 UGSRP Symposium
The 5th Annual University of Guelph Sustainable Restaurant Project Symposium took place on Tuesday, March 15th with this years theme being “Making a Difference”. This year’s symposium highlighted three restaurant groups that have made significant changes in their respective quests to become more sustainable. Speakers included Dr. Mike von Massow from the University of Guelph, … Continue reading 5th Annual Symposium Recap
Join us for the 5th Annual University of Guelph Sustainable Restaurant Project Symposium. The theme this year is "Making a Difference" and will be celebrating businesses that have successfully implemented steps towards becoming more sustainable. For more information on the speakers and to register for the event click here: https://www.uoguelph.ca/hftm/ugsrp-5th.
Check out this seminar hosted by The Campbell Centre for the Study of Animal Welfare. Dr. Von Massow will be discussing “The Consumer Perspectives on Animal Welfare: What They Think, What They Know and Why it Matters” For more information, visit http://www.uoguelph.ca/ccsaw or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us! UGSRP’s 4th Annual Symposium on Issues in the Canadian Restaurant Industry GETTING & KEEPING THE BEST Discussions around retention in the Canadian Restaurant Industry Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 – 7 p.m. Thornbrough Building - Room 1307, University of Guelph Reception to Follow in PJ’s Restaurant – Macdonald Stewart Hall Speakers Mo Jessa, … Continue reading 4th Annual Symposium on Issues in the Canadian Restaurant Industry