The growing scarcity of non-renewable resources has always been a matter of concern for the general public. However, the opposite—the over-abundance of renewable resources—is rarely an issue worthy of grievance. As production technology has rapidly evolved to minimize the scarcity

Article co-written by Brendon Anthony and Geoff Bishop By 2050 there is going to be an estimated nine billion people on the planet. Industrial Agriculture Is Not the Solution to Feeding the Planet This statistic is constantly stated in respect to the growing

Sustainable Development Goal number 12 is about consuming and producing within our planet’s natural limit, and for next generations to be able to fulfill their needs. As food is a basic need to be fulfilled and a shortage in large part of the

Mobile application software known as “apps” have soared in popularity. With millions of tonnes of food thrown each year, it was likely that the creation of waste-reducing apps would try and prevent these issues. What these apps do for smartphone

Each year, around 30 to 40 percent of food in the United States goes to waste. On a global scale, about one-third of produce is wasted annually. While about 815 million individuals are living in hunger, poor harvesting practices can

Ronni Kahn has been fighting food waste long before the UN Sustainable Development Goals were on the agenda. As a producer of large scale, high-end events, she had seen first-hand the huge volume of food that went to waste alongside

Around 88 million tonnes of food is wasted annually in the EU. All actors along the supply chain contribute to food waste, from the farmers to retailers and ultimately the consumers. Opaline aims to help farmers in reducing food waste. It

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