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Food Waste Problem

Food Waste Problem

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), about one-third of all food produced for human consumption in the world is never eaten.

Household Food Waste: Sustainability Challenge and Threat to Food Security

Household Food Waste: Sustainability Challenge and Threat to Food Security

Wasting food is indeed a huge “luxury” in a world where resources are finite and one in every nine people is hungry.

Renewable Energy: There is Hope for Growth

Renewable Energy: There is Hope for Growth

At the individual country level renewable sources are already playing an important role in some countries.

Food Waste Opportunities

Food Waste Opportunities

Between 33-50% of all food produced globally is never eaten, and the value of this wasted food is worth over $1 trillion.

Greenhouse Gases: Source of Grave Concern Worldwide

Greenhouse Gases: Source of Grave Concern Worldwide

While some argue that global warming is a natural process and that there have always been greenhouse gases, the amount of gases in the atmosphere has skyrocketed in recent history.

Renewable Energy in Additions of New Electric Capacity

Renewable Energy in Additions of New Electric Capacity

Utilities demonstrated strong “voluntary demand” in renewable energy as opposed to the demand driven by policy mandates we’ve seen in the past.

Environmental Concerns Amidst Industrialisation

Environmental Concerns Amidst Industrialisation

Compelling countries to pursue environmental goals is important, and will require substantial support from other countries and the international community to compensate for the economic losses associated with reducing pollution.

The State of Our Oceans

The State of Our Oceans

Coastal waters receive a variety of land-based water pollutants, ranging from petroleum wastes to pesticides to excess sediments. Marine waters also receive wastes directly from offshore activities, such as ocean-based dumping.

Municipal Solid Waste in Asia

Municipal Solid Waste in Asia

Supporting countries to make critical solid waste management policy and planning decisions is key, but finance and implementation constraints at the local level still pose some of the biggest barriers to successful systems.

Waste Exports Post China's Waste Import Ban

Waste Exports Post China's Waste Import Ban

Until 2017, China took 51% of all plastic waste traded globally. When China shut its ports to plastic scrap imports, exporting nations soon began looking for new countries to absorb the orphaned waste. Southeast Asia is the most impacted region.