Marcelo Brussi of green bean trader Minas Hill will present details of Bom Jesus farm’s Gima project at Social Good Summit Australia on 10 August in New South Wales.
At the conference, 13 speakers will present their projects or insights on how to make the world a better place by 2030, connecting to the United Nations’ 17 sustainable development goals.
Minas Hill will participate with Utz/Rainforest Alliance and will follow its presentation with a coffee tasting session.
Since 2010, the Social Good Summit has been held annually in the United States to provide an opportunity for members of the public to engage in dialogue on the key social issues of the time.
In 2015, with the support of the UN Foundation, Australia held its first Social Good Summit. Speakers came from private enterprises, social enterprises, not- for-profits, media and government agencies.
This year, the Australian Social Good Summit aims to inspire the audience to take action by demonstrating how everyday people are tackling social issues both domestically and internationally.
Social Good Summit Australia will take place at the National Institute of Dramatic Art Parade Theatre. For more information, visit www.socialgoodsummit.com.au