This report details 10 interventions to help achieve a 50% reduction in food loss and waste worldwide – action that can contribute to achieving the Paris Agreement on climate change and sustainably feeding the planet by 2050.
One of the great challenges of the 21st century is how to nutritiously feed nearly 10 billion people by 2050. One key is reducing food loss and waste at a large scale. Here are 10 interventions that can help in this critical effort.
Momentum on food loss and waste gaining, but action must accelerate to meet global target of 50% reduction, finds new report.
Several of the world’s largest food retailers and providers have signed on to a new initiative, 10x20x30, to engage their supply chains in the fight against food loss and waste.
Too much food is lost or wasted, and the lack of efficiency is very bad for the climate. A progress report suggests that governments and businesses need to do more if they're going to meet Sustainable Development Goal 12.3, which calls for the world to halve food loss and waste by 2030.
During an embargoed press call on Tuesday, February 12, experts will share findings from 114 restaurants in 12 countries that confirm restaurants joining the fight against food waste can save a significant amount of money as well as food.
Unveiling the findings from Champions 12.3's first-of-its-kind analysis of 114 restaurants in 12 countries that shows a robust business case for restaurants to reduce kitchen food waste.
By implementing relatively simple solutions, hotels can cut food waste and achieve dramatic savings. Here's a menu of options on how to move past business-as-usual to a more efficient approach.
To achieve radical reductions in food loss and waste, governments and businesses need to act now. A new report from the Champions 12.3 coalition reviews progress to date on meeting Target 12.3 of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
As diplomats and ministers at the 72nd United Nations General Assembly focus on advancing the Sustainable Development Goals, leaders from business, states and cities will participate in Climate Week NYC to demonstrate the resounding commitment to building a clean, resilient, inclusive global economy. Here are highlights of WRI's participation in Climate Week.
Champions 12.3 hosted a major event that assessed global progress toward SDG Target 12.3 on food loss and waste, announced landmark developments and set forth a pathway to cutting in half the more than 1 billion tons of food that goes uneaten each year. This event coincided with the 72nd UN General Assembly and Climate Week.
Report from Champions 12.3 shows that companies, consumers and governments can save billions of dollars and millions of tons of food by acting to cut food loss and waste
WRI's new Food Loss & Waste director Liz Goodwin suggests three key steps -- setting strong targets, measuring for management, and concrete, replicable action -- for reducing food loss and waste.
PARIS and WASHINGTON, 21st June 2016 – The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) has agreed to join Champions 12.3, a coalition of leaders from governments, businesses, farmer groups, and civil society organisations dedicated to inspire ambition, mobilise action, and accelerate progress toward achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Target 12.3 by 2030. The move follows the CGF’s 2015 resolution to halve food waste and reaffirms its commitment to help tackle food waste globally.
30 CEOs, government ministers, global institution executives, and civil society leaders will increase political and social momentum to achieve Target 12.3 of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Champions 12.3, a voluntary coalition of executives from government, business, farmer groups and more, aims to help halve global food waste by 2030 while also reducing food loss.