The advantages of becoming carbon free dining certified are so great that restaurants everywhere are looking to joining the story. All our partner restaurants share the same mission, to help end poverty and stop climate change. Let's take a look at the restaurants which are changing the world by empowering their diners to plant life-changing fruit trees in the developing world. Counterbalancing the environmental impact of their meals, helping put an end to poverty and global warming.
November saw Carbon Free Dining, hold their inaugural awards ceremony at the Houses of Parliament. The awards were hosted by none other than our supporter and Carbon Free Dining partner, Cyrus Todiwala OBE DL.
November has seen Hospitality Thought Leaders really step up to the plate, from no-shows to restaurant sustainability this month has seen more topics covered than ever before. Speaking of records, Novembers Hospitality Thought Leader of the month has also been awarded a prestigious award at the Houses of Parliament.
Recently Carbon Free Dining visited Tanzania, an area which has been suffering from abject poverty.
Carbon Free Dining is currently planting fruit trees in Usambara mountains in northeastern Tanzania in East Africa. A region which has suffered devastating consequences from deforestation, which has left local communities struggling to make it from day to day.
October has seen yet more restaurants see the advantages of becoming Carbon Free Dining certified. All these restaurants have one thing in common, they take sustainability seriously, looking after the planet and helping end poverty is a mission they are all committed to achieving with Carbon Free Dining. Before I tell you about the genuinely amazing difference each of our new partners are making, let me introduce them.