How do you find out, as a city, what to read about food waste? In this article, we have compiled your top reads to help cities manage food waste.
Rotterdam is rethinking their city to take the next step towards a circular economy. Collected food waste becomes a source for new products.
I met with Gabriele Folli, they city’s former Deputy Mayor for the Environment, to hear about Parma’s journey. In this interview, Gabriele describes how they introduced the new system. He shares insights into their successes, some of the challenges they faced and how they overcame them.
Salling Group is leading retailers in Denmark to reduce food waste. The group runs several supermarket chains across the country. Since 2014, they have reduced their food waste by 27.7 percent. So what steps have they taken to achieve these results? And how are they measuring their progress?
What is the world’s largest economy doing to tackle food waste? I attended the 2018 US Food Waste Summit to find out.
One of the biggest challenges to recycling food waste is getting people to sort it at the source. I visited three Italian cities whose citizens are successfully sorting 80-90% of their food waste
Do you want to tackle food waste as a city but don’t know where to start? The Climate & Clean Air Coalition (CCAC) offers cities around the world a platform to learn from other cities’ experiences.
Restaurants and cafes are known to be massive generators of food waste. It’s just part and parcel of running a food service business, right? But it doesn’t have to be, as Chef David from Haven’s Kitchen explained during a live cooking demonstration at the ISWA World Congress in Baltimore.
Malmö is a Swedish city with an impressive food waste recycling program underpinned by an award-winning communications campaign.
Cities are where the future happens first. C40 is focused on tackling climate change, and a key strategy is supporting cities to reduce their food waste.