New food waste framework points to a fundamental rethink of food practices

Preventing waste will need a fundamental rethink of current food systems and practices.
Posted On 03 Jul 2014
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US corn’s gravy train faces derailment

  The US produces enough corn in one year to fill a freight train stretching round the world, according to a recent study. But climate change and unsustainable use of water resources and fertilizers threaten this vast industry. By Kieran Cooke LONDON, 22 June, 2014 –...
Posted On 22 Jun 2014
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North American food giant to buy B.C. co-generation plant

Vancouver land fill waste will be used as a viable energy source decreasing dependence on fossil fuels
Posted On 10 Jun 2014
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The economics of global environmental sustainability

"The future relies upon a restorative circular economy. " GLOBE Foundation CEO, Dr. John Wiebe
Posted On 03 Apr 2014
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Latest IPCC Report Addresses Risks of Changing Climate

Many parts of the world are ill-prepared to manage the risks associated with climate change
Posted On 01 Apr 2014
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High Tech Farming in Singapore

High Tech Farming in Singapore. Innovative vertical farms could help change the way the world’s cities eat, giving especially dense cities an opportunity to grow food on site.   Urban agriculture will be discussed at GLOBE 2014 taking place March 26-2...
Posted On 19 Dec 2013

Moving Up the Food Chain

World poultry production, which grew slowly at first, accelerated, overtaking beef in 1997.
Posted On 02 Dec 2013
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Nestle first to sign supply chain code for fair practices

Its ultimate stated goal is to “… lead to a genuine culture change and benefit all players in the food supply chain.”
Posted On 22 Nov 2013
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