It’s no secret that the world has a food waste problem. Every year, billions of pounds of perfectly good food end up in landfills, where it decomposes and emits methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. Not only does this have a major impact on the environment, but it also means that people are going hungry while food is being wasted. This is a critical issue that needs to be addressed.
The solutions start right in your kitchen.
The kitchen is the heart of the home and also the best place to find greener alternatives to food, appliances, utility systems, and cleanliness. Given that it is a major activity hub, it’s fitting to build and keep up a sustainable kitchen. You don’t need to be a genius Eco-warrior to make a greener kitchen, so start with these great tips:
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