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A business entrepreneur and an environmental activist, David Yeung is a passionate advocate of meat reduction in diet to reduce global carbon footprint through his three HK based companies.

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“Sustainability must be coupled with innovation and innovation requires entrepreneurship and business.”

“We need to make plant-based eating fashionable and accessibleโ€ฆ accessible includes convenience, taste and overall appeal.”

“Green Common is a showcase of what future plant based eating should be and will be like.”

“Hong Kong in Asia is an incredibly good base to create a trendโ€ฆ to create a movement in this densely populated city, is a very good choice.”

“GreenMonday in HK is similar to Uber in SF.  Uber changed the behavior of how we get transportedโ€ฆ They focus on one city.  Took many years to get SF.  Once they got SF, they got NY and then global.”

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David Yeung is Founder & CEO of Green Monday, Green Common and Right Treat.
โ–ช Green Monday is a nonprofit organization that promotes a healthier diet and a reduced carbon footprint by advocating eating no meats on Mondays.
โ–ช While pursuing his mission as an environmental advocate, David started Green Common, worldโ€™s first plant-based eatery & grocery concept store that creates a revolutionary food and lifestyle experience by introducing the most advanced global food-tech innovations. Green Common is official Asia distributor of Beyond Meats, backed by Bill Gates.
โ–ช Right Treat is the company behind OmniPork, a plant based substitute for pork.

Davidโ€™s incredible work has earned him the award of โ€˜Social Entrepreneur of the Yearโ€™ by the World Economic Forum and Schwab Foundation.

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  • Loved this episode!! David’s story is very impressive and could connect to his energy and passion.

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