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Zero Waste Week

"99% of what we buy is either consumed or trashed." This is how a terrifying natural disaster led Rachelle Strauss to create Zero Waste Week. ♻️🌍

04/09/2019 15:39updated: 04/09/2019 19:44
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  • Damian H.
    08/09/2019 12:22

    Every week should be!!

  • Seth D.
    07/09/2019 22:04

    That's why Italy is amazing they have a bill that passed that when food is not sold or eaten is then sent to charities and homeless shelters more countries should do that

  • Donald S.
    06/09/2019 19:02

    40% in America alone 😪

  • Minni W.
    06/09/2019 12:01

    Tip: ADD starving naked and dirty babies sitting on floor from India or Africa for additional effect whether or not it has anything to do with your work.

  • John Q.
    06/09/2019 00:17

    It’s not about sustainability, it’s about wealth. Food is only wasted in wealthy countries, hardly at all in poor countries. The fix is not found in forcing more “sustainable” practices on wealthy countries, it is removing the barriers to wealth creation in poor countries.

  • Barrie C.
    05/09/2019 16:16

    With fresh food that is inevitable.

  • Marion M.
    05/09/2019 16:07

    the starving children have fathers less of any responsibility. I know the story of different peope from so called poor countries.... no fairy tale has so much phantasy as the lies of disappeard fathers.....

  • Zafar S.
    05/09/2019 15:49

    It's very painful that we destroy food, and on the other side millions of people are hungry

  • Helena M.
    05/09/2019 15:04

    Watch , go vegan, recycle & join https://m.facebook.com/groups/1359843437368769?ref=bookmarks

  • Benny L.
    05/09/2019 13:29

    and yet Indonesia want to throw away ten of thousands of eggs in order to maintain chicken's price。。。😓😓

  • Ryda S.
    05/09/2019 13:08

    Hmmmm

  • Jan D.
    05/09/2019 12:42

    Grocery stores. Currently there are certain food items that find there way into the homeless shelters and food banks by participating stores, but for meats and other disposable/protein items there is need for improvement. We should be getting those items on plates and not sold to certain manufactured items such as cosmetics. There's money in the protein that passes the expiration date that the hungry compete with.

  • Katarína K.
    05/09/2019 10:48

    by rich and spoilt

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