We highlight the connections among food, water and energy, promoting a sustainable future through our projects including:
NRDC staff scientist Dana Gunders helped put US food waste on the map after publishing a seminal report on the topic in 2012. Since then, she’s written a book on the topic, and has remained a tireless leader in the growing movement to reduce US food waste.
Charming mâche, which grows in tiny rosettes, has leaves with surprising succulence that makes them super juicy - and super delicious. It’s no wonder that mâche is gaining popularity here in the States. Given the choice, we say, more mâche!
In the US, we waste 40 percent of all the food we produce, squandering valuable natural resources and contributing to global climate change. But it’s incredibly easy to reduce your own food waste. Learn how here!
Mother’s Day is soon - don’t forget to get something for your mom! Here we break down why conventionally-raised flowers aren’t the best option for mom - plus some great alternative gift ideas.