Friday Buffet

File under ‘rising tide of food waste coverage:’ National Geographic ran this neat piece on how cities manage to compost their abundant food waste.

— —

Three Hawaiian universities have signed on to fight food waste. Hawaiian food waste takes on a heightened importance, as that food has probably been imported and it’ll likely be exported, too.

— —

Daily Kos has a modest proposal for making the SNAP program more affordable: feed the poor through food that’s now wasted. Hmm…

— —

The Swiss National FAO Committee are taking on food waste, with these infographics and a neat contest called Our Common Food. By the way, feel free to use this killer contest name idea: It’s Waste In Any Language. (What with their four official languages and all…)

— —

As Ramadan approaches, so do the articles on how much food is wasted during the Muslim holy month. The awareness is encouraging.

— —

Finally, a New Mexico magnet school is testing out a superfast composter. You had me at  ’superfast’

This entry was posted in Composting, Friday Buffet, History and Culture, School and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.
  • Buy the Book

    CBA Winner Badge