Reducing Food Loss and Waste: Setting a Global Action Agenda

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Oct 06, 2019 | World Resources Institute, Rockefeller Foundation, Katie Flanagan, Kai Robertson, Craig Hanson

Global momentum building to address the 1.3 billion tons of food that is lost or wasted each year, but the pace is not yet what is needed to achieve SDG Target 12.3 by 2030. This report - for the World Resources Institute and the Rockefeller Foundation by Katie Flanagan, Kai Robertson and Craig Hanson - lays out a Global Action Agenda to reduce food loss and waste and achieve SDG 12.3. It includes a Target-Measure-Act approach, an actor-specific “to-do” list, and ten “scaling interventions” designed to contribute to the Paris Agreement on climate change, and sustainably feed the planet by 2050.


https://wriorg.s3.amazonaws.com/s3fs-public/reducing-food-loss-waste-global-action-agenda_0.pdf

 

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