Vers une consommation durable des ressources de la mer : le rôle de la science et des chefs en tant qu'acteurs du changement.

Junio 06 2019 @ 2:30 PM - 8:00 PM

PROGRAMME [FR]

14h30 - 18h00 | Conférence

"Vers une consommation durable des ressources de la mer : le rôle de la science et des chefs en tant qu'acteurs du changement. L'expérience des femmes pour une gastronomie saine, raisonnée et innovante." 

Animée par : Estérelle Payany

18h00 | Cocktail océan durable

par l'Equipage des cuisiniers de la mer & les lauréats du Concours Olivier Roellinger

 

Interprétation français-anglais.

Sur inscription dans la limite des places disponibles à : 

https://en.unesco.org/world-oceans-day-2019/registration

 

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PROGRAMME [EN]

14.30 - 18.00 | Conference 

"Towards a sustainable consumption of marine resources: The role of science and chefs as actors of change. The experience of women Chefs for a healthy, responsible and innovative gastronomy."

Moderated by: Estérelle Payany

18.00 | Sustainable Ocean Cocktail

by the Sea cooking Crew & the winners of the Olivier Roellinger Contest

 

Interpretation available in French-English. 

Limited places available (first come, first served). Please register at:

https://en.unesco.org/world-oceans-day-2019/registration

 

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UNESCO

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7 Place de Fontenoy
75352 Paris
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