United Kingdom: Report: tackling food waste should be a priority

Blue and Green: Cutting back food waste could save up to $300 billion (£194bn) each year by 2030 and make a “significant contribution” to climate change mitigation efforts, according to a new report. The report – Strategies to achieve economic and environmental gains by reducing food waste – is from the UK government’s Waste & Resource Action Programme and the Global Commission on the Economy. Globally around a third of all food produced ends up as waste, the value of this food is more than $400 billion (£259bn)......

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