May 03, 2021
Water is life. We all need it, plants and animals alike. A human being can last weeks without food but only a couple of days without water. Something so critical to sustaining life should be treated as a precious resource like gold or silver, right? Sadly, it’s not.
Because of its abundance, many view water as an inexhaustible resource. In the last century, water use increased at nearly double the rate of population growth. There is no global water scarcity currently, but an increasing number of regions have chronic water shortages. Many places suffer the consequences of unmet demand due to infrastructure or institutional inadequacies.
March 08, 2021
January 11, 2021
"Globally, if food waste could be represented as its own country, it would be the third largest greenhouse gas emitter, behind China and the U.S."
In the second installment of "The Invention of Waste" blog, we explore the relationship between food waste and energy.
January 03, 2021
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