Happy 2020! There are some new resources available at the FLW Protocol site. Under the Tools and Resources section, there are a number of new pieces of guidance available on: overcoming resistance to measurement excluding the weight of packaging from the weight of FLW prioritizing which crops to focus on at the production level Also… Read more »
By Austin Clowes, WRI Imagine that you’ve just stumbled down to a hotel’s dining area in the morning, groggy and desperate for caffeine. You might have a presentation to give for work, or maybe you’re herding your extended family. You may even be on a relaxing weekend getaway.
This post originally appeared on The Consumer Goods Forum’s blog. Over the last few years, there has been rapid growth in awareness and acknowledgment of the global food waste problem. Numerous reports and research papers provide statistics on the quantity of food – estimated at a third of what is produced for human consumption – that goes… Read more »
This article originally appeared on the Thompson Reuters Foundation and Zilient websites. Despite the central role food plays in all of our lives, we let a great deal of it go to waste. About one-third of all food produced in the world goes uneaten each year – a fact that harms our climate, costs the global economy billions of… Read more »
The exact meaning of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal target on food loss and waste, Target 12.3, is somewhat ambiguous. In response to this ambiguity, this document offers guidance on an appropriately ambitious interpretation of Target 12.3 that could be considered “best practice” for how governments and companies could interpret SDG Target 12.3. Read Pursuing… Read more »
This post first appeared on SpoilerAlert.com. Banana peels. Oversized apples. Mislabeled packaged goods. In different circles, these products might be considered ‘food waste’, yet in others, they might represent a meal or an input for value-added processing. Awareness of the food waste problem has increased tremendously, catalyzing action from the private, public, and civil sectors… Read more »