More than 250 billion litres of water are needed to produce all the food we waste, 30% of the land is used unnecessarily, more than 3 billion tons of CO2 and about 8% of total greenhouse gas emissions are released into the atmosphere.
According to WWF, if it were possible to recover all the food we waste, almost
2 billion people worldwide could be fed.
This is also why Slow Food has launched theinternational campaign #foodforchange, to propose solutions to the great paradoxes of our diet, starting with our daily actions.
Discover how to take part in the Food for Change Challenge from
16 to 22 October, a fun way to reflect and understand together with Slow Food how easy it is to change the world starting with food: