A recent report laying out critical action items for addressing climate change found reducing food waste to be the most pressing solution in a long list aimed at keeping global warming to under 2˚C. Food isn’t the report’s only waste emphasis — bolstering and improving waste-to-energy (WTE) practices and capturing landfill gas are also key components, along with the potential for composting and anaerobic digestion. “I view these industries as valuable contributors to the solution system,” Project Drawdown Vice President Chad Frischmann​ told Waste Dive in March, caveating that emphasis should still be on overall waste reduction. More >>