Food Waste

Facilitating solutions that keep food waste out of landfill:
so it doesn’t create methane (a potent GHG), lowers emissions
through reduced production and transport by creating a
more circular economy and improves food security.

Did you know 17 percent of edible food is wasted mostly from households regardless of country?

Learn simple ways to reduce food waste at home, in your club and community, and at Rotary events.

Stop one of the biggest producers of greenhouse gases. Because Food is too good to waste.

About the Food Waste Task Force

Our Mission:  To educate Rotarians on food waste and induce behavior change at the household, club, business, communities, and school levels by providing tools and project support.

Our Taskforce is working to help support Clubs and District implement projects that collectively create significant impact.

Food Too Good To Waste Challenge
Reduce Food Waste at Rotary Events

Consider taking the Food Waste Challenge!

Visit our 3D Exhibitor Booth
Join a Meeting

We meet monthly as a taskforce team to develop the systems and projects. We are part of the ESRAG Drawdown family of Solutions Taskforces.

Join our Team

We are always looking for people like you wanting to make a real difference to our environment. Reducing Food Waste is one of the best ways to reduce Greenhouse Gases and improve Food Security.

Amelie Catheline, Co-chair and Food Too Good To Waste Challenge point of contact: amelie.catheline@gmail.com

John Harder, Compost Master: dumpdoctor@gmail.com

Joe Richardson, Lunch Out Of Landfills program leader: joesr@bar-t.com

Documents and Resources

Public Folder of Resources: GDRIVE

Presentation to Give to Your Club (PowerPoint and Narrative): GDRIVE

Want to take action with Food Waste?

Take action: interested in becoming a volunteer or starting a project? We’d love to hear from you.

ESRAG Food Waste