food waste

Talking Climate Change and Food with Former EPA Administrator Judith Enck

After serving seven years as Regional Administrator for Region 2 of the US Environmental Protection Agency, Judith Enck has begun the next chapter in her career. Ms. Enck recently became the inaugural Visiting Scholar at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University. Read on to hear more about her thoughts on climate change and the food system - and her advice for students.

Taste It, Don't Waste It: Coffee

As much as we all love coffee, it's not all that uncommon to have a cup (or two) left in the pot. From chocolate cake to savory sauces, we've got some fun ideas on how to use up every last drop.

Cut Back on Plastic Bags: Make Your City a Bag It Town

We use plastic bags for everything, from carrying our groceries to carrying our lunches to bagging trash, and most of those bags don't get recycled. Instead, they end up littering the environment and harming wildlife. But you can cut back on bag waste. Read on to learn about making your city a Bag It Town.

AmpleHarvest.org Founder Gary Oppenheimer Aims to Reduce Food Waste and Hunger

Meet Gary Oppenheimer, the force behind AmpleHarvest.org, a nationwide nonprofit aimed at diminishing home and community garden food waste which results in significantly reduced hunger and malnutrition while improving the environment. Read on to find out what inspires Gary and what led him to create AmpleHarvest.org.

How to Lay Waste to Thanksgiving Leftovers

Americans waste a lot of food - every year, we throw away roughly 40 percent of our food supply! Here we give you some tips and recipes on how you can be part of the solution by making the most of your Thanksgiving bounty - both before and after the meal!

13 Things to Motivate You to Cut Back on Food Waste and 6 Ways to Do It

A new survey conducted by the International Food Information Council Foundation found that 30 percent of Americans say they "don't create any food waste." (Hmmm, something doesn't add up here!) Use these facts - and solutions! - to enlighten friends, family and colleagues about food waste.

EPA Initiatives Help the US Take a Bite Out of Food Waste

No organization knows the downsides of food waste better than the EPA, the agency that helps monitor food waste and regulate its management. Find out all the interesting tools, competitions and initiatives the EPA has created to help take a big bite out of food waste in the United States.

10 Tips I Learned in Culinary School to Reduce Food Waste

One of the major take-home lessons one of us recently learned in culinary school is that wasting food in the kitchen is wasting money - and absolutely everything and anything that can be re-purposed and re-used in a kitchen will be. Here are ten tricks and tips professional chefs use to reduce food waste, lessen their environmental impact and save money.

Food Policy Round-Up: Spring 2016

With the election drama dominating the news, it's been easy to miss all the exciting action happening in Congress over the past few months. This cheat sheet summarizes the most significant food- and agriculture-related bills Congress has been working on, why they're important and their current status.

Tristram Stuart on the Zero Food Waste Future

Every movement has its visionaries who push passionately and relentlessly for progress. For the past decade, Tristram Stuart has served this role for the food waste movement. Meet the advocate/activist who created the Feeding the 5000 campaign and thrust food waste into the international spotlight.

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