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FAO, IFAD and WFP

FAO, IFAD and WFP. The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2015, 2015
Meeting the 2015 international hunger targets: taking stock of uneven progress.
Rome, FAO.

This year´s annual State of Food Insecurity in the World report takes stock of progress made towards achieving the internationally established Millennium Development Goal (MDG1) and World Food Summit hunger targets and reflects on what needs to be done, as we transition to the new post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda.

The Milan Charter

The Milan Charter, 2015
In signing the Milan Charter it is the responsibility of the present generation to take action and
implement practices and choices that also guarantee the right to food for future generations; It commits to advocating political decisions that will enable achievement of the fundamental goal of equitable access to food for all.

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BCFN

BCFN, The Milan Protocol on food and nutrition, 2015

In this report writers, drawn by the theme “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” of the World EXPO 2015 in Milan, have come to realise that the links between people, the planet, and food need to be at the centre of our considerations, as they are the critical foundation of the sustainability of the earth and of humanity alike.

www.barillacfn.com

SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT

SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT, Becoming a Good Food Nation - Food Policy, 2014

Recipe for Success: Scotland’s National Food & Drink Policy

www.scotland.gov.uk.

CONCORD

CONCORD, JUSTICE, DEMOCRACY AND DIVERSITY IN OUR FOOD SYSTEM, 2014

Our vision of a just and sustainable global food system is grounded in human rights, most particularly the Right to Adequate Food and its obligation to progressively take steps to reach a world where everyone is food secure and malnutrition is eliminated.

www.concordeurope.org

UNECE

UNECE, AGREEMENT ON THE INTERNATIONAL CARRIAGE OF PERISHABLE FOODSTUFFS, 2014

The text below comprises the Agreement itself and its annexes with the latest amendments which enter
into force on 13 November 2014.

www.unece.org

FAO

FAO, Food wastage footprint-Impacts on natural resources. Summary Report, 2013
The Food Wastage Footprint model (FWF) is a project of the Natural Resources Management and Environment Department. Phase I of the project has been commissioned to BIO-Intelligence Service, France. This Summary Report presents the preliminary results of the FWF modeling, as related to the impacts of food loss and waste on climate, land, water and biodiversity. The full technical report of the FWF model is available upon request from FAO. Phase II of the FWF project is expanding the model to include modules on full-cost accounting of environmental and social externalities of food wastage, with also comparison with food wastage reduction investment costs and footprint scenarios for 2050.

www.fao.org

BCFN

BCFN, Food Waste-causes, impacts and proposals, 2012
Huge food losses and waste are constantly occurring in our fields, in our factories, in our restaurants, and in our homes. This phenomenon, which we analyze indepth in this document, casts a worrisome shadow over the development model that has
governed the world’s economy for the past fifty years. The kind of economy which now – in light of the knowledge we have available – we believe is entirely unsustainable.

www.barillacfn.com

US EPA

US EPA, Waste not, want not. Feeding the Humngry and Reducing Solid Waste through Food Recovery, 2012
Food Recovery to Feed the Hungry is a Win-Win” Solution.

www.epa.gov

FAO

FAO, Global food losses and food waste - Extent, causes and prevention. Rome, 2011
Study conducted for the International Congress
SAVE FOOD!
at Interpack2011 Düsseldorf, Germany.

www.save-food.org