In Hong Kong, there were several obstacles to plant-based eating in the past. People did not find it tasty. They were worried that it’s nutritiously deficient. Moreover, it was not easy at all to find plant-based dishes in non-veg restaurants. David shares how Green Monday not only raises public awareness about the impact of eating meat on the environment, but also provides solutions to make plant-based eating more accessible. Find out more here.
Speaker: David Yeung
David Yeung is the co-founder and CEO of Green Monday, a social venture founded in Hong Kong that tackles climate change and global food insecurity through public advocacy, impact investing, corporate consulting, and specialized retail. Under Green Monday, David launched Green Common, the world’s first plant-based green living destination. Green Monday is named by Fast Company as “Top 50 Most Innovative Companies in China,” while David is named by Fast Company as “100 Most Creative People in China”, “PE 100 Asia” by Purpose Economy, “17 Rising Social Entrepreneurs” by Conscious Company Magazine, and received Hong Kong’s Ten Outstanding Young Persons 2015 Award.