What We'RE UP TO
In total, one third of the food produced worldwide is thrown away. In Germany, this amounts to around 18 million tonnes per year, some of which is still suitable for consumption. That's quite a lot and quite crazy — but what can we do about it?
- Louisa Balthasar
According to a 2013 study conducted by the German Society for International Cooperation, Morocco only collects 70 percent of its solid waste, and according to the World Bank, it disposes less than 10 percent of its waste adequately. However, Morocco presents itself as a country with ambitious goals for environmental protection.
- Henriette Reinhardt
On a cold evening in February, Zoya called up zero-waste vegan chef Max La Manna to discuss how he got started, his challenges, and his insights, as well as some great recipes.
- Zoya Penwell
News from a plastic-free world
All these environmental catastrophes, as well as social pressure by the people, impel policy-makers to consider the environment in political decisions. Whereas 50 years ago, governments were highly motivated to increase plastic production for economic benefit, nowadays politicians have become increasingly skeptical about the organic polymer. Let us have a look which regions are trailblazing the trend of phasing out plastic bags and which ones are about to jump on the bandwagon…
- Julian Willming