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Food Waste & Climate Change

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America’s food waste problem is gigantic -- 36 million tons of grub per year as estimated by the EPA. That's not just wasteful but harmful to the environment, as food waste from landfills converts into methane, a potent climate-change-causing greenhouse gas. Even with composting programs, food is the single-largest thing we throw away. Learn about innovative approaches to the food waste problem.

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