Gallery: Study Finds That Cutting Food Waste Could Feed One Billion Hun...


Improving food security and availability is increasingly important as temperatures continue to rise, the population continues to grow and water becomes more precious. The focus often falls on techniques to increase crop yield or expand land use, but a recent study in the journal Science of the Total Environment focuses on a different factor: food waste. The study found that if we could just reduce food loss in the production chain by 50%, we could feed another one billion people with no other changes to food production.

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  1. alan.zirpoli October 20, 2012 at 6:07 pm

    My univerity project for a non-consumerism fridge.

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