Tristram Stuart is renown internationally to have unveiled the extensive scale of food waste worldwide, but also how to address it. Check out his Full Circle talk and find out more about the food revolution!
07–11 September 2020 is Zero Waste Week, and with this year’s focus on food, who better to have as our guest on the fifth episode of Series 01 than author of Waste: Uncovering a Global Food Scandal, Tristam Stuart? He and Katie Treggiden explore how his early freeganism got him punched in the face, and how he fed 5,000 people on 13 tonnes of unwanted ‘ugly’ fruit and veg on a snowy day in Trafalgar Square. As recommended by Metro, The Week, Wallpaper and FastCompany.
How to change the world – with Tristram Stuart #76
The Ideas Lab Podcast
This is a really powerful episode of the ideas lab podcast. Many of us have ideas about how to change the world for the better. How to take a campaign or a message or cause and make a real impact possibly around the entire world. Few of us achieve that. But Tristram Stuart has done. A few years back, Christian decided that he wanted to gather 5000 people in London's Trafalgar Square and feed them with hearty, healthy food made from ingredients that otherwise would have been thrown in the rubbish. To find out what happened and the impact it had that reverberated around the world, and how it led on to him creating a new beer brand called Toast Ale made from discarded bread slices - listen to this remarkable episode. Best Wishes, John For full links and notes please visit: https://theideaslab.org/tristramstuart-feedingthe5000 ______________ Music provided by Argofox: TheDiabolicalWaffle – My Wish https://youtu.be/sRWEMjYR6e4
Tristram Stuart is Marc's guest on this episode of Inside Ideas
Inside Ideas with Marc Buckley
Tristram Stuart is an international award-winning author, speaker, campaigner and expert on the environmental and social impacts of food. His books have been described as "a genuinely revelatory contribution to the history of human ideas” (The Times). The environmental organisation he founded, Feedback (www.feedbackglobal.org), works to regenerate nature by transforming our food system. He is also the founder of Toast Ale (www.toastale.com) which upcycles unsold fresh bread into award-winning craft beer. 100% of Toast’s distributable profits go to Feedback and other aligned charities worldwide. After 3 years of operations, Toast saved more than 1 million slices of bread from going to waste. Tristram is an official UN Champion of SDG 12.3 to halve food waste by 2030. He won the international environmental award in 2011, The Sophie Prize. He is an Ashoka Fellow, a National Geographic Emerging Explorer and a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader.
Feed & Flourish: The Klosters Forum in conversation with Tristram Stuart
The Klosters Forum Podcast
Hannah MacInnes joins Tristram Stuart, an international award-winning author, speaker, campaigner and expert on the environmental and social impacts of food on The Klosters Forum Feed & Flourish Podcast series, to discuss the on the topic of biodiversity and ways in which we can transform our food systems in order to positively preserve our planet. His books, The Bloodless Revolution: a cultural history of vegetarianism from 1600 to the present (2006) and Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal (2009), have been described as "a genuinely revelatory contribution to the history of human ideas” (The Times) and have been translated into several languages.
Toast Brewery: The beer that helps to reduce global waste, with Tristram Stuart
The Compass Courses Podcast
We spoke to Tristram to find out more about his efforts to promote awareness of food wastage and how he is bringing leftover bread into the brewing process of beer.Tristram Stuart is an international award-winning author, speaker, campaigner and expert on the environmental and social impacts of food.His books, The Bloodless Revolution: a cultural history of vegetarianism from 1600 to the present (2006) and Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal (2009), have been described as "a genuinely revelatory contribution to the history of human ideas” (The Times) and have been translated into several languages. His TED talk (2012) has been watched over 1.6 million times.Tristram started publicly campaigning on food waste as a lone pioneer in 2002. He has been a principal protagonist in building the global movement that has mobilised hundreds of organisations, millions of individuals, achieved mass behaviour change, obtained commitments from the world’s biggest food companies and governments, and a Sustainable Development Goal (12.3) to halve food waste by 2030. Tristram is an official UN Champion of this Global Goal. The environmental organisation he founded, Feedback (www.feedbackglobal.org), plays a pivotal role in catalysing and leading the global food waste movement. It advocates for a better food system; one that is circular, low-input and stable. Feedback has driven changes in supermarket policies and international legislation and consistently punches way above its weight at the highest level globally. Its campaigns and events include feeding the 5000, the Pig Idea and the Gleaning Network (UK/EU).In 2016, he founded Toast Ale (www.toastale.com) which upcycles unsold fresh bread into award-winning craft beer. After 3 years of operations, Toast brewed up 1 million slices of surplus bakery bread into delicious, refreshing beer. Toast is brewing in 6 countries. 100% of its distributable profits go to Feedback and other aligned charities worldwide. Its unique impact investment structure, called “Equity for Good”, allows investors to realise capital gains, but pledges them to use these for further positive impact investment and/or donations.Tristram won the international environmental award in 2011, The Sophie Prize. He is an Ashoka Fellow, a National Geographic Emerging Explorer and a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader.
Tristram Stuart | Author, Global Activist | Global Food Waste Challenges & Solutions | Future Summit
Tristram Stuart is an international award-winning author, speaker, campaigner and expert on the environmental and social impacts of food . His books have been described as "a genuinely revelatory contribution to the history of human ideas” (The Times) and his TED talk has been watched over a million times. The environmental campaigning organisation he founded, Feedback, has spread its work into dozens of countries worldwide to change society's attitude towards wasting food. Learn more about Food Waste and Tristam Stuart Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tristram_stuart/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tristram.stuart Website: https://www.tristramstuart.co.uk/ Future Summit is an annual competition of future-oriented business ideas that takes place at the end of the Future Makers educational entrepreneurship program. Future Summit is all about innovation, future trends and technology's impact on society, a gathering of ideas, leaders and innovators for a better future. Learn more about Future Summit at https://futuremakers.ro/future-summit/ And follow Future Summit/ Future Makers across other platforms here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FutureSummitRO/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futuremakersro/ Website: https://futuremakers.ro/
The global food waste scandal - Tristram Stuart 5x15 at Wilderness
Tristram Stuart is an international award-winning author, speaker, campaigner and expert on the environmental and social impacts of food waste. His books have been described as "a genuinely revelatory contribution to the history of human ideas” (The Times) and his TED talk has been watched over a million times. The environmental campaigning organisation he founded, Feedback, has spread its work into dozens of countries worldwide to change society's attitude towards wasting food. He is also the founder of Toast Ale, a beer launched in the UK in 2016 that is made using fresh, surplus bread.Recorded live at Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire August 2019.5x15 brings together outstanding individuals to tell of their lives, passions and inspirations.Learn more about 5x15 events: www.5x15stories.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/5x15stories Facebook: www.facebook.com/5x15stories Instagram: www.instagram.com/5x15stories
FFF 125: Why We Waste So Much Food & What To Do About It - with Tristram Stuart
The Food For Fitness Podcast | Nutrition | Training | Lifestyle | Healthy Living
Food waste is a global problem. In fact, we waste around 1/3 of the food we produce globally. This week, Scott and Tristram Stuart talk about the scale of the problem and what you can do to minimize this, as well as some of the regulations and what supermarkets are doing to combat this global scandal. Tristam is one of the UK's leading figures on promoting food waste reduction. He has written books on this and campaigned across the world. He's making a difference and constantly meeting with supermarkets to address this. FFF 125:
VegHist Ep 10: Revolution. English civil war, diet gurus, and the poetry of Sensibility; with Tristram Stuart and Anita Guerrini; at the Ahmedabad Panjrapole
The Vegan Option - Vegetarianism: The Story So Far
When printing lets ordinary people access a world of ideas, including Indian vegetarianism, some European radicals and diet gurus begin to oppose meat-eating. Episode 10: Revolution In England, the 1600s are a century of revolution. The artisans and yeomanry are picking up books – and the New Model Army is picking up pikes and muskets to turn the world upside down. Ian meets Dr Ariel Hessayon, a lecturer in the radicals of the English Civil War at a Thameside pub that was there during the 1600s, to discover tabloid scares and firebrand sermons about people who ate only bread, and water and fruit. In Ahmedabad, India, he visits the kind of animal hospital that astounded European travellers. And he hears from author Tristram Stuart about the impact stories of India had on Europeans, and how they shook Christendom’s moral certainty. Dr Anita Guerrini researches the first vegetarian diet gurus, whose books about food and medicine interpreted the intellectuals of the Republic of Letters for everyone else. And she tells Ian about the secret religion of Sir Isaac Newton. Play or download (62MB MP3 44min) (via iTunes) or read transcript Contributors: Sherwin Everett and Giraben Shah (Jivdaya Charitable Trust, within Panjrapole Ahmedabad) Ariel Hessayon, Goldsmiths, University of London (@ArielHessayon1 on Twitter) Anita Guerrini, Oregon State University (@NickyTheProf on Twitter) Tristram Stuart (tristramstuart.co.uk) (on Wikipedia) (@TristramStuart on Twitter) Readings Traveller Jan Huyghen van Linschoten, “Voyage .. to the East Indies”, 1595, translation by Burnell 1598 Thomas Bushell on his diet, quoted in Stuart p 8 Richard Baxter, “The Poor Husbandman’s Advocate to Rich Racking Landlords”, 1691 (published as “The Last Treatise of Rev Richard Baxter” in 1926 [PDF]) Thomas Edwards, “Gangraeana”, 1646 John Reeve, “A Transcendental Spiritual Treatise”, 1711 (1st ed 1652) Lodowick Muggleton, “The Acts of the Witnesses of the Spirit”, 1699 Anon & Roger Crab, “The English Hermit”, 1655 John Evelyn, “Acetaria”, 1699 Thomas Tryon “A dialogue between an East-Indian brackmanny or heathen-philosopher, and a French gentleman concerning the present affairs of Europe”, 1683 “Transcript of several letters from Averroes – also several letters from Pythagoras to the King of India”, 1695 Anonymous, “Letters Writ by a Turkish Spy”, Vol 4 & 7, 1691-4 (following Giovanni Paolo Marana tr William Bradshaw, “Letters Writ By a Turkish Spy”, Vol 1 1687) Isaac Newton, “Irenicum”, some point within 1711-1727 Bernard de Mandeville, “Fable of the Bees”, 1723 Alexander Pope, “The Essay on Man”, 1733/4 George Cheyne “The Case of the Author” in “The English Malady”, 1733 “An Essay on Regimen”, 1740 John Wesley letter to Bishop of London, 1747 Sermon 60, as published in 1872 Production Notes This is really where the story breaks open in the west and a “Pythagorean” diet re-enters the popular consciousness for the first time since antiquity. Frustratingly, I had to leave out a lot, such as how Thomas Tryon follows the mystic Jakob Boehme (quite a lot of early vegetarians are mystics) . In particular, George Cheyne has a very specific theory of how the nervous system works, based on the physical laws of Newton. But I can’t go into detail on all the theories that have fallen and risen as “natural history” stumbles towards a useful understanding of the body. The monument to Roger Crab is still in St. Dunstan’s, Stepney, London, though unfortunately I haven’t been able to locate it. As I live near there, it would be nice to pay our vegan predecessor some respects. The broadcast of this episode was on 6 Dec 2016. The podcast release was severely delayed. Rather than date this page with the broadcast date (as usual) I’m dating it to the January broadcast slot that was superseded by Resonance FM’s holiday schedules. Content (whether books, journal articles, or programmes) tends to be identified by its publication year, and so I thought it particularly important that that stays accurate. Credits The theme music is by Robb Masters. The period music was Greensleeves performed by Paul Arden-Taylor and Carol Holt (PD); slow reels (dances) “Long Acre” and “Kerry Fling” performed by the “Peak Fiddler”; Papalin’s performance on recorders of Henry Purcell’s Sonata in D Major (CC-BY) to again evoke turn-of-the-century London, and Telemann’s performance of Händel’s recorder Sonata. With the voices of Jeremy Hancock, Ian Russell, and Brian Roberts. Nimi Hirani gave me enormous help and assistance in Ahmedabad, and in India in general. The cover picture (by me) is some of the books in the readings: “Acetaria” (Evelyn) , “The English Hermit” (Crab), a pamphlet attacking Crab, and “Guide to Health, Long Life and Happiness” by George Cheyne. Bibliography 1630116 B8MIXFTF items 1 chicago-author-date author asc 1 http://theveganoption.org/wp-content/plugins/zotpress/ Ariel Hessayon. 2004. “Crab, Roger (c. 1616-1680), Hermit.” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Guerrini, Anita. 1999. “A Diet for a Sensitive Soul: Vegetarianism in Eighteenth-Century Britain.” Eighteenth-Century Life 23 (2): 34–42. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/10487. Hill, Christopher. 1964. Puritanism and Revolution: Studies in Interpretation of the English Revolution of the 17th Century. New York: Schocken Books. Hill, Christopher. 1972. The World Turned Upside down; Radical Ideas during the English Revolution. New York: Viking Press. Larue, Renan. 2009. “Les bienfaits controversés du régime maigre le Traité des dispenses du carême de Philippe Hecquet et sa réception (1709-1714).” Dix-huitième siècle, no. 41 (September): 409–30. http://www.cairn.info/resume.php?ID_ARTICLE=DHS_041_0409. Lodrick, Deryck O. 1981. Sacred Cows, Sacred Places: Origins and Survivals of Animal Homes in India. Berkeley: University of California Press. Stuart, Tristram. 2007. The Bloodless Revolution: A Cultural History of Vegetarianism from 1600 to Modern Times. New York: W.W. Norton & Co. The post VegHist Ep 10: Revolution. English civil war, diet gurus, and the poetry of Sensibility; with Tristram Stuart and Anita Guerrini; at the Ahmedabad Panjrapole first appeared on THE VEGAN OPTION radio show and blog.