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Food waste prevention can help combat climate change, says WRAP

Out of all the waste initiatives food waste prevention has the potential to make the single biggest contribution to reductions in carbon dioxide emissions, according to the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP). Speaking at WRAPs annual review, WRAP chief executive Liz Goodwin said that out of all the things WRAP could focus on, food waste prevention is the number one task to help reduce the amount of biodegradable waste going to landfill. Goodwin said: We throw away 6.7 million ...