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MT2030 Workshop: Scaling Natural Climate Solutions With Zero Foodprint

PARK CITY, Utah — Mountain Towns 2030 continues its monthly workshop series with Anthony Myint, executive director of Zero Foodprint. The workshop will be held via Zoom on Thursday, February 16, at 2 p.m. Mountain Time. Participants can register here for free.

Zero Foodprint, the 2020 James Beard Humanitarian of the Year, is building a regenerative economy through which businesses and citizens can directly change how food is grown to restore the climate.

Myint is known in the restaurant industry as the co-founder of Mission Street Food (SF Chronicle’s Most Influential Restaurant of the Past Decade“), Mission Chinese Food (NY Times Restaurant of the Year – 2012) and The Perennial (Bon Appetit’s “Most Sustainable Restaurant in the Country”).

He will present on their formal and informal collaborations with regional governments to scale natural climate solutions as well as how local ordinances could create transformative change by aligning regional food and hospitality economies with local natural climate solutions.

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