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Sign up now for a chance to join leading chefs for a day of special talks and roundtables on 16 July at The Sustainable Thinking Symposium in San Francisco. A day dedicated to "connecting gastronomy with some of its environmental, technological and social challenges" organized by Basque Culinary Center with Chef Dominique Crenn.
A whole host of big name chefs and experts will be in town to join the debate including, Alice Waters, Andoni Luis Aduriz, Anthony Myint, Eneko Atxa, Enrique Olvera, Joan Roca, Geetika Agrawal and Emiliana Puyana, Jock Zonfrillo, Katina and Kyle Connaughton, Lynda Deakin, Massimo Bottura, Manu Buffara, Matt Barnard, Sam Mogannam, and Yoshihiro Narisawa, all sharing their thoughts on the impact of chefs on the wider world and showcasing different perspectives on how to connect food with environmental, economic, social and technological challenges.
During the day small groups of chefs will takle different subjects on different themes like: "No time to Waste", "forward thinking", "Social Sustainability" and "Hungry Cities" offering their perspective and solutions on the burning topics in the industry.
The winner of this year's Basque Culinary World Prize will also be announced during the event: an award created between Basque Culinary Center and the Basque Government to highlight the impact that chefs can have using gastronomy to transform society. Here this year's finalists.
What: The Sustainable Thinking Symposium
Where: Salesforce Tower, San Francisco, US
When: 9am to 6pm, 16 July 2019