#food waste News

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The era of cheap food may be ending as climate change, conflict and widespread poverty make food harder to grow and afford – but key policy shifts could help.
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Yap joins a seven year-old company with a userbase that has quintupled in a year as more people and companies look to reduce food waste.
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Indonesia, the second-biggest marine capture producer in the world after China, is witnessing a fish stock decline.
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#food waste Opinion

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With the world's population expected to hit 9.7 billion by 2050, agriculture needs to become more productive and sustainable.
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Food & Agriculture

Ending hunger sustainably

Saving the planet does not have to come at the expense of feeding the poor, and vice versa. If governments can implement a series of relatively low-cost initiatives with private-sector support, the world can still wipe out global hunger by 2030 without jeopardising the fight against climate change.
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There's been a lot of focus on getting households to sort their waste, but what happens after it's been collected?
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Covid-19 has highlighted food insecurity in imports-dependent Singapore. Ng Huiying, Woon Tien Wei and Tan Hang Chong argue that food security is a matter of national security, and it is time to reimagine Singapore's potential for growing food.
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#food waste Videos

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EB Studio Singaporeans are well-known foodies, but around 800,000 tonnes of food is wasted every year. Why is so much food wasted, and what can consumers do about it?
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#food waste Podcasts

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Humanity and the planet are suffering from a serious case of food poisoning. Eco-Business spoke to Brent Loken, WWF's global lead food scientist, about how changes to our diet can help fix our broken food system, and restore our health and the planet's strained ecosystems.
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Exclusive As the country plunges into a recession borne out of the pandemic, how can it get back on its feet? On this podcast, Eco-Business spoke to top Filipino environmentalist Loren Legarda on how conservation should not take a backseat to economic development.
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