Environmental, Social and Financial Concerns in the Field of Food Loss and Waste Minimization: American and European Experiences
Thursday, November 18, 2021, 10:30 – 1:30 EST
Hosted by: DEMDI, Univ. Bari Aldo Moro
- Prof. Angela Tarabella, University of Pisa
- Prof. Brian E. Roe, Ohio State University
- Prof. Kathryn Bender, University of Delaware
- Yiheng Shu, Ohio State University
- Dr. Giuseppina Miuli, CHIEM
- Moderator: Prof. Vera Amicarelli
- Discussant: Dr. Christina Bux, University of Bari Aldo Moro
To attend, see link at the bottom of the full seminar flyer: Webinar 18 November 2021 FOOD WASTE American and European Experiences
Reducing Waste from Ag & Food Systems:
The Pivotal Role of Consumers
Virtual iSEE Congress, November 3, 2021, 1 PM ET
Roe v2 for iSEE21
Register here: http://go.illinois.edu/CongressF21
|DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
Webinar on Household Food Waste Measurement: Alternatives to Diaries and Digs
October 16, 2020, 11 – 1 EDT REGISTER today!
Few people like to take the garbage out, let alone measure it. This ‘yuk’ factor creates a significant barrier to measuring food waste in household settings. Direct measurement (diaries and weighing food-waste caddies) often relies upon intimate contact between people and unwanted food. This has contributed to a paucity of data on wasted food, which hinders understanding and evaluation.
In this webinar, our speakers will frame the decision process for deciding among food waste measurement approaches and introduce several approaches for measuring wasted food that are alternatives to diaries and bin digs:
The National Academies recently recommended more and higher quality evaluation of interventions designed to reduce the amount of food wasted by consumers. This webinar will help organizations undertaking these interventions and those assisting in evaluation better understand the measurement options available and the tradeoffs faced when choosing among alternatives.