Proceeding from UN strategy the next 10 years were declared the period of small farmers that aims on reducing poverty and improving global food security. Small family farming, besides of poverty and food control, can also be a key to reaching some global goals: gender equality, good health and well-being, sustainable community growth, partnership for […]
Join us to explore Plastic Neutrality, an exciting new concept in packaging sustainability that centres around measuring, reducing, and offsetting brands’ unique plastic footprints. Learn how plastic credits work, why brands find them valuable, and how they can be immediately effective in alleviating our ocean plastic epidemic, today. You will hear from organizations that are already utilizing this system to mobilize tangible plastic impact today: rePurpose Global, a plastic credit platform coordinating and connecting participants, Vita Coco, a growing consumer brand taking action and funding the effort, and Waste Ventures India, the boots on the ground who are utilizing plastic offset financing to create a tangible, quantifiable impact on eliminating plastic waste from nature.
For every attendee who tunes in, rePurpose will sponsor the removal and reuse of 100 plastic pouches otherwise bound for oceans or landfills ♻️
Daniella Labat, Manager – PR, Experiential, and Partnerships, Vita Coco
Daniella is a creative marketing professional known for bringing brands to life through innovative campaigns, partnerships, and activations. She currently leads brand communications and social impact for All Market Inc. (AMI), the makers of leading coconut water brand Vita Coco and new premium aluminum canned water brand Ever & Ever. Daniella plays a crucial role in the development and implementation of AMI’s sustainability strategy. Daniella previously held similar roles at Away and Beach House Group.
Sahithi Bhupathiraju Urban Waste Manager, Waste Ventures India
Sahithi Bhupathiraju is an electronics engineer turned sustainability enthusiast. With a Masters in Sustainability and work experience in renewable energy, waste research, green building certifications and climate change resiliency programs in America and Africa, she returned to India in 2018 to work with Waste Ventures India, a waste management social enterprise and is now leading it. Apart from work, she loves to try her hand at gardening and reads voraciously.
Svanika Balasubramanian Cofounder & CEO, rePurpose Global
Svanika Balasubramanian is the co-founder and CEO of rePurpose, the world’s first Plastic Credit platform. As a global movement enabling conscious consumers and businesses to go Plastic Neutral, rePurpose makes environmental action simple and effective for companies of all sizes by removing and recycling as much ocean-bound plastic waste as they produce while embedding sustainability into their product experience to reach consumers.
Hailing from Oman and India, Svanika is a Forbes 30 under 30 honoree, graduate of The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and recipient of the 2018 President’s Engagement Prize.