Food Matters: Food Waste
Recycling food and other organic waste into compost provides a range of environmental benefits, including improving soil health, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, recycling nutrients, and mitigating the impact of droughts.
Want to make your life on campus more eco-friendly? Stand up for our climate with these simple tricks to conserve power, water, and food.
Venture capitalists just made a $16.5 million bet on a start-up that wants to sell people ugly, misshapen vegetables. What’s going on?
Food waste and food insecurity are two sides of the same coin. This creative initiative aims to tackle both.
The city has developed a bold new food waste management and recovery strategy to protect residents from harmful air pollution, boost its economy, and help feed those most in need.
Your freezer could be the secret to keeping ingredients fresh, saving money, and reducing food waste.
NRDC scientist Dana Gunders has written the book on the mounting problem of food waste.
With minimal effort, you can turn those banana peels and apple cores into gold. Let us break it down.
Jeff Schacher knew that restaurants waste food. And that people are hungry. So he invented a tech-savvy way to rescue millions of meals.
A pop-up restaurant gives trash-bound food a place at the table.
In Music City, restaurateurs, grocers, farmers, volunteers, and the mayor are beginning to harmonize in the fight against wasted food.
Learn to trust yourself more and worry less about the date labels on your food.