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Addressing Food Waste through Governmental Plans: Moving up the Food Recovery Hierarchy

Local governments can play a significant role in addressing wasted food through the development of plans to guide city, county, or state actions. Join us for a conversation about the creation and application of the Center for a Livable Future’s recently released report, Governmental Plans to Address Waste of Food. Compiled with insights from 93 governmental plans addressing wasted food and 17 interviews with authors of those plans, the report shares key trends identified across plans along with words of wisdom from the interviewees. You will also hear from practitioners in Houston, Oregon, and Philadelphia about the development and implementation of their food waste plans, and learn about ways that food policy councils can work in tandem with their local government on such efforts.


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Event Properties

Event Date 10/3/2017 1:00 pm ET
Event End Date 10/3/2017 2:30 pm ET
Individual Price Free
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