It’s an environmentally-conscious way to recast our vast food waste as a valuable resource.
Things are getting worse–not better–and science is more confident than ever that human behavior is the culprit.
The proposed food waste ban would help the State reach its goals to reduce the waste stream by 30% by 2020.
NYC says diverting food waste from landfills will save $100 million per year.
By installing its own anaerobic conversion system, the chain will offset its energy consumption and eliminate unnecessary truck trips.
A new online tool will make it easier for restaurateurs and chefs to lower the carbon footprint of foodservice operations.
Under the five-year plan, Ford will identify the five largest volume waste-to-landfill streams at each of its plants, and develop plans to reduce the waste and track progress.
Target will divert a portion of its grocery stores’ own expired produce to be turned into eco-friendly gardening products.
A food think tank is formed to address issues around more sustainable agriculture practices.
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