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By Taylor Pipes
When it comes to industrial waste, rarely do we think how it impacts our food supply.
As global industrial waste continues to rise to staggering levels, especially in emerging economies, there remains a striking disconnect in understanding its direct relationship to food production, transportation, and ultimately what we eat.
Sustainable solutions for food, health, and prosperity will be the topic du jour at the fifth annual Global Action Summit, November 14-15, 2016 in Nashville.
Charles Gause, President and co-founder of Triad Growth Partners will be a panelist at the convention, featuring more than 400 leaders representing a broad swath of international delegations, corporations, governments, foundations, NGOs, and universities. Together, they seek to discuss innovations and solutions relating to food, health, and prosperity.
Gause will be participating in the panel, “Food Security: No More Food to Waste.”
“Global industrial waste is at 11 billion tons annually and increasing exponentially, especially in developing regions,” Gause explains. “We need novel and sustainable waste management solutions that can recover habitats faster and remediate land and water for agriculture, population and development reuse.”
Gause will share examples of work Triad Growth Partners (TGP) is doing in collaboration with multiple universities, federal laboratories, and corporations to develop and commercialize innovative waste remediation solutions. These solutions aim to decrease cost and increase efficacy, restoring waste sites to usable conditions in a sustainable manner.
In addition, TPG’s solutions support global sustainability, including food security, by replenishing our depleting water and land sources. TGP's new RemRx treatment technologies provide a low-cost, safe to handle / transport, slow-release biodegradable solutions that remediate contaminated soil and water. Advanced technologies and the use of biodegradable agents bring together a proprietary innovation to address the needs of global development leaders looking for sustainable solutions.
Triad Growth Partners is a technology accelerator that advances discoveries to solve important problems for large global markets through its unique commercialization process, network of experts, and its relationships with academic research centers, federal research laboratories, commercial companies and funding sources. Triad Growth Partners is located adjacent to the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering in the Gateway University Research Park in Greensboro, North Carolina and in Danville, Virginia.
The Global Action Summit is an annual forum held in Nashville, Tennessee, that fosters cross-sector perspectives on food, health, and prosperity. The aim of the Summit is to create, guide and facilitate leadership initiatives. Summit participants include senior-level business leaders, research scientists, global agencies and NGO directors.
The proceedings of the annual Global Action Summit are published and distributed by the Global Action Platform and include summaries of major ideas, recommendations for action, long range vision frameworks, and exemplary stories and analysis relevant to creating abundance through innovation in food, health, and prosperity. Select articles are republished annually in the materials of the G7, G20, and APEC summits. To learn more, visit the Global Action Report.
Triad Growth Partners President Charlie Gause participating in the panel, “Food Security: No More Food to Waste.”
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