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We Need to Shift to A Circular Economy Model

We Need to Shift to A Circular Economy Model

Our myopic focus on producing and consuming as cheaply as possible has created a linear economy in which objects are briefly used and then discarded as waste.

Sustainability of Renewable Energy

Sustainability of Renewable Energy

The fact is that fossil fuels cannot meet the world’s need for energy. It is something that if the world continues to depend more on will leave to irreparable environmental consequences and its consequences are too great to be ignored.

Energy Potential from Food Waste

Energy Potential from Food Waste

Food waste’s bioavailable carbon and nutrient content makes it a major contributor to landfill methane emissions, but also presents an important opportunity for energy recovery.

United States' Garbage Problem

United States' Garbage Problem

Every year, the United States generates more than 258 million tons of municipal solid waste - about 4.6 pounds per person per day.

Tackling Food Waste Requires a Global Approach

Tackling Food Waste Requires a Global Approach

The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change calls for a dramatic reduction in food waste.

Distribution of Food Losses and Waste Along the Supply Chain

Distribution of Food Losses and Waste Along the Supply Chain

Regardless of any statistics, all actors in the food chain have a role to play in preventing and reducing food waste, from those who produce and process foods to those who make foods available for consumption and ultimately consumers themselves.

Think Food Waste Does Not Concern You? Think Again.

Think Food Waste Does Not Concern You? Think Again.

Food waste is a bigger problem than many people realize. In fact, nearly one-third of all food produced in the world is discarded or wasted for various reasons. That equates to nearly 1.3 billion tons every year.

Worldwide Generation of Food Waste

Worldwide Generation of Food Waste

The problem with food waste is that it is not only a domestic issue, but also a systemic one, meaning that every step from supplier to consumer, is a constant battle to prevent waste.

The Growing Concern Around Microplastics

The Growing Concern Around Microplastics

All types of sea creatures are ingesting microplastics, and as they move up the food chain, these plastics will inevitably end up in the human gut.

The Plastic Tide

The Plastic Tide

If nothing is done, it is estimated that plastic waste will rise to 80 million metric tonnes a year by 2025.