Milis´s food and cafe and Mission Zero Foodprint

Mili´s Food & Cafe is the one of the pilot restaurants of Mission Zero Foodprint. It has two offices in the ice rinks of Leppävaara and Tapiola sports parks in Espoo. Mili´s offers nutritious and tasty food for athletes in portions and buffet, as well as bistro-type dishes and coffee products. They also have catering services.

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Dylan Corner and Mission Zero Foodprint

Another restaurant to look into that is working with Mission Zero Foodprint is Dylan Corner, which is part of Soupster group/ Toothpicks and Honey Oy. In the entire group they have 27 restaurants. Dylan Corners´s chef, Taija Tervo has worked in a kitchen for about 20 years now. Dylan Corner is located in Vallilla and it serves breakfast and lunch. They not only serve food in a table setting but they also provide meeting services, catering and private events for local businesses. There is about 250 seats, so there is a lot of room for everyone to enjoy!

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BarLaurea and MissionZeroFoodprint

BarLaurea is one of our pilot restaurants working with Mission Zero Foodprint. BarLaurea is a restaurant that is located at Laurea University of Applied Sciences inside the Leppävaara campus. It is not located in any other university locations so this is one of a kind. We decided to interview one of the heads of the establishment Restaurant Manager Teemu Sirainen to get a bit of a better look at what they are doing, what they are looking to do in the future, and which digital solution they are working with while working with us.

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Sustainable Tourism & Sustainability in General Through Our Eyes

When talking about sustainable tourism, it includes economic, environmental, and social sustainability. In our co-operation project with Honkalintu Oy sustainable tourism is the main factor and research is done by taking all of these three sectors into account.

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Recycling Crisis – Global Issue

The world´s largest consumer of discarded plastics, China passed legislation banning almost all waste imports. In 2017 many western countries sent most of their plastic waste to China and Hong Kong. Now, that there is no option to do so, more countries and municipalities are burning or landfilling plastic and creating a serious global warming risk. Finding a solution to place or dispose tons of waste will require both diplomatic and legal action as well as efforts to prevent the untenable increase in plastic waste generation. (Collins 2019). It is now really important to start thinking about sustainable recycling methods locally. It is no longer possible to take waste elsewhere for others to take care of.

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“Enough is enough!”

This shout could easily come from a tired mum who is annoyed and frustrated with her 3-year old. Or this could be a strong determination, the first step of an empowered person rising up from the ashes. But what if this comes from our long awaiting and long-suffered Planet Earth? What happens if Mother Nature cries out for help in a desperate state?

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