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Think.Eat.Save. Reduce Your Foodprint is a global anti-food waste campaign. The campaign draws attention to the serious issues resulting from the high volume of perfectly edible food that is wasted, and seeks to change attitudes and behaviours so that food waste can be significantly reduced around the world. We are targeting relevant policies, programmes, actions and behavioural changes by governments, businesses, civil society organizations, households and individuals.
The paper provides an overview of global food consumption trends. It describes how significantly changing patterns in food consumption – worldwide – are having profound effects on health, the agroecological resource base and food security. It examines the drivers behind these trends and previews how the anticipated continuation of these trends will affect the ability of the world to feed itself sustainably.
Profound imbalances are increasing pressures on ecosystems to satisfy a growing demand for quantity, quality and diversity of food. This will require substantial changes in the production, consumption and quality of food. We need to produce more food more efficiently, we need to do so in a way that preserves the natural resource base to guarantee adequate food supply for now and future generations, and we need to address the major failings present in the food system today.
The Food Security and Adaptation to Climate Change Conference with the theme: "Harnessing Ecosystem based Approaches for Food Security and Adaptation to Climate Change in Africa,” was held on August 20th-21st 2013, at the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) Headquarters in Nairobi Kenya. The conference was convened by UNEP in collaboration with FAO and other UN Agencies, governments, research institutions, NGOs, scholars, donors and local governments and experts from various sectors.
Join a Global Campaign to Cut Food Waste. Support the Save Food and the UN Secretary‐General’s Zero Hunger initiatives. A global campaign to reduce food waste and food losses around the world is being launched by the UN Environment Programme and the Save Food Initiative of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN and Messe Düsseldorf, in partnership with WRAP UK, Feeding the 5000, and many other supporters.
So much water is used in the production of our food! We often don't realize the impact our food has on water resources. Bread also keeps well in the freezer! Post this graphic for others to learn about the impact of food waste on our water resources.
So much water is used in the production of our food! We often don't realize the impact our food has on water resources. Wrap your cheese properly for longer storage, and share this message with your friends.
So much water is used in the production of our food! Producing one chicken breast requires around 647 litres of water. You wouldn't leave your tap running overnight, so also don't let your food go to waste.
So much water is used in the production of our food! We often don't realize the impact our food has on water resources. So next time try to remember to bring your leftovers from the restaurant home with you!
Water is a precious resource! When we prevent food waste we also indirectly protect our water resources. Post this graphic so others can learn about the impact of food waste worldwide!
Food waste is a major emitter of greenhouse gases! Hypothetically, the amount of emissions of food waste is greater than the emissions of most countries around the world. We need to end food waste, so we can help protect the planet.
Growing food for a growing population requires a lot of land! When food is wasted, then the land used to produce said food is degraded for no justifiable reason. Let's prevent food waste, so all of the planet's land is used responsibly.
Post this infographic in your office or community to encourage others to think, eat, save and reduce food waste! Read this infographic to learn about the cost of global food waste...it's in the billions!
Post this infographic in your office or community to encourage others to think, eat, save and reduce food waste! Do you know about the environmental impact from your bowl of rice?
Post this infographic in your office or community to encourage others to think, eat, save and reduce food waste! Teach others about the major contributors to the carbon footprint of food waste.
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