7 STEPS FOR A ‘ZERO WASTE’ SHOPPING ROUTINE
Buy reusable cotton produce bags and use them to buy fruits and vegetables. Always choose loose varieties. If you run out of bags, keep produce loose in the shopping cart.
10 FOOD WASTE FACTS
Over 1/3 of all food produced globally goes to waste.
COMPOSTING AT HOME
Compost is organic material that can be added to soil to help plants grow.
Changing your consumer habits is not the only way you can reduce food waste.
REDUCING FOOD WASTE AT HOME
From uneaten leftovers to spoiled produce, about 94% of the food we throw away ends up in landfills or combustion facilities. We can help reduce this number by changing our consumer habits at home, where a big part of food waste happens.
FOOD LOSS VS FOOD WASTE
Before taking action to prevent food loss and food waste, it is important to understand the difference between the two.
9 TIPS FOR REDUCING FOOD WASTE
Food waste has become a dangerous habit: buying more than we need at supermarkets, letting fruits and vegetables spoil at home or ordering more than we can eat at restaurants.
THE CHALLENGE OF REDUCING FOOD LOSS AND WASTE DURING COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to increase the risks to food security and nutrition in many countries.
WHY CARE ABOUT CIRCULAR BUSINESS MODELS?
Sustainability goals are moving up on the priority list of many large organizations.
HOW BUSINESSES CAN MAKE THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY A REALITY
The principles of the circular economy are simple: be more efficient with the resources you have, reduce waste, and reuse what you can.
B2B VS B2C CIRCULAR BUSINESS MODELS
The success in adopting a circular business model (CBM) varies greatly from one business to another, as it depends on the stakeholders and customers-alike buying in, every step of the way.
HOW TO MAKE A CIRCULAR ECONOMY BUSINESS MODEL
All business models involve suppliers and customers. A linear business model focuses exclusively on these two sets of stakeholders.
HOW COMPANIES PRIORITIZED INNOVATION DURING THE CRISIS
Upon the hit of the Covid-19 crisis, the Board of Innovation surveyed over 750 companies about their reaction strategies.
CIRCULAR BUSINESS MODELS
A circular business model articulates the logic of how an organization creates, offers, and delivers value to its broader range of stakeholders while minimizing ecological and social costs.
Ecodesigning a product or service means to make it desirable for people, minimize its environmental impact and maximize its business impact along its lifecycle by designing a circular system around it.
KEY ACTIVITIES TO REDUCE FOOD LOSS AND WASTE
Participants at the 2015 Food Recovery Summit EXIT identified the following key activities as the core of a successful strategy for wide-scale and sustained reductions in food loss and waste.