Goal 3: Increasing economic value by reducing or transforming food waste
We’ve got what it takes
Working together and using smart technology and big data, we will move from the current “take-make-dispose” model to a food system that better serves our people, our prosperity and our planet.
Increase circular economic value by 50% by 2025 by reducing or transforming food waste
Our vision is to re-imagine, re-use and revalue the inputs and outputs of our food ecosystem—maximizing their use, eliminating waste, finding the most cost-effective returns and reducing negative environmental impacts.
Goal: Increase circular economic value by 50% by 2025 by reducing or transforming food waste
What else is happening in Guelph-Wellington?
Arrell Food Institute
Research to produce enough food for the growing human population, while sustaining the ecosystems on which we depend.
Carbon offsets: capturing and destroying methane at landfill and monetizing the resulting credits by selling carbon offsets.