Sustainable Restaurant

How do I make my restaurant sustainable in 2018?

We understand that the diner experience is paramount to a restaurateur and when it comes to a sustainable restaurant, there can be no compromise.

It is a fact that dining out comes at a cost. Food miles, food waste, food preparation and diner’s travel to and from their choice of restaurant all contribute to an increase in CO2 output and a larger Carbon Footprint.

But, there is a way to offset the Carbon Footprint of a diner’s meal as well as contributing to the sustainability of the planet and creating a sustainable restaurant, all whilst leaving the diner with a feel-good take home that will amplify their positive dining experience.

That way is Carbon Free Dining, the United Nations Environment backed dining initiative that empowers diners to plant a fruit tree in the developing world in order to offset their CO2 Footprint and food waste.

Satinder Bindra, whilst Director of Communications for United Nations Environment described Green Earth Appeal’s dining initiative as ‘an outstanding initiative which successfully merges the luxury of eating out with the joy of knowing we are simultaneously giving something back to nourish our planet.’

Carbon Free Dining not only makes a diner’s meal Carbon Free and counterbalances their food waste, but also creates opportunity, empowerment and sustainability for some of the world’s poorest communities. Everyone wants to do good and Carbon Free Dining offers diners just that opportunity.

Currently working with celebrity chefs Marco Pierre White and James Martin and Caesar’s entertainment, Carbon Free Dining is the zero-cost initiative that has already counterbalanced the environmental impact of over half a million meals.

Carbon Free Dining

Make my restaurant carbon neutral for FREE for the next month...



Sustainable Restaurant

How do I make my restaurant sustainable in 2018?

We understand that the diner experience is paramount to a restaurateur and when it comes to a sustainable restaurant, there can be no compromise.

It is a fact that dining out comes at a cost. Food miles, food waste, food preparation and diner’s travel to and from their choice of restaurant all contribute to an increase in CO2 output and a larger Carbon Footprint.

But, there is a way to offset the Carbon Footprint of a diner’s meal as well as contributing to the sustainability of the planet and creating a sustainable restaurant, all whilst leaving the diner with a feel-good take home that will amplify their positive dining experience.

That way is Carbon Free Dining, the United Nations Environment backed dining initiative that empowers diners to plant a fruit tree in the developing world in order to offset their CO2 Footprint and food waste.

Satinder Bindra, whilst Director of Communications for United Nations Environment described Green Earth Appeal’s dining initiative as ‘an outstanding initiative which successfully merges the luxury of eating out with the joy of knowing we are simultaneously giving something back to nourish our planet.’

Carbon Free Dining not only makes a diner’s meal Carbon Free and counterbalances their food waste, but also creates opportunity, empowerment and sustainability for some of the world’s poorest communities. Everyone wants to do good and Carbon Free Dining offers diners just that opportunity.

Currently working with celebrity chefs Marco Pierre White and James Martin and Caesar’s entertainment, Carbon Free Dining is the zero-cost initiative that has already counterbalanced the environmental impact of over half a million meals.

Carbon Free Dining

Make my restaurant carbon neutral for FREE for the next month...