Small land area, big output.
Imagine you stop by the supermarket after a long day at work and buy three big bags of groceries for dinner. Then, on the way back to your car, you find the nearest trash can in the parking lot and throw away half a bag of groceries.
This year’s World Food Day has the theme “Change the future of migration. Invest in food security and rural development.” Focusing on the food security-migration nexus is timely and warranted.
Among other threats targeting Mexico during his election campaign, US President Donald Trump harshly criticised the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), a 23-year-old tripartite deal that removed tariffs and significantly increased commerce between Canada, the United States and Mexico.
For years, Feedback has been investigating the supply chains of some of Europe’s largest retailers – what we’ve uncovered is shocking. We’ve met with farmers in the UK, Kenya, Guatemala, Peru and Senegal who have all been forced to waste food on their farms.
The Crawford Fund’s annual conference holds a key place in the development and food security calendar in Australia.
Keen to learn more about global food waste? Watch our founder, Tristram Stuart’s TED talk.
Each year, wasted food around the globe is equivalent to about 3 billion tons of CO2. How are you combating climate change?Read more >
About a third of the planet’s food goes to waste, often because of its looks. That’s enough to feed two billion people.
This ranking is the result of a composite index made up of a weighted sum of selected indicators. A higher score means that the selected country is on the right path towards a sustainable food and nutrition system.