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choosemyplate.gov — The USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (CNPP) has developed a new infographic — Let’s Talk Trash — to inform American consumers about food loss and waste. CNPP is raising awareness about how individuals and families can reduce food loss and waste, in support of larger USDA efforts. This …
640 days ago · From NEWMOA Admin
www2.oaklandnet.com — In keeping with its goal of becoming a Sustainable City, the Oakland City Council adopted a Zero Waste Goal in March 2006. To reach that goal, Council directed staff to develop a Zero Waste Strategic Plan (Plan). Zero Waste is an ambitious goal, and no single strategy will achieve Zero Waste. This E…
1002 days ago · From NEWMOA Admin
sanjoseca.gov — In October 2007, San José unveiled its Green Vision for the future. The Vision provides a comprehensive approach to achieve sustainability through new technology and innovation.
1002 days ago · From NEWMOA Admin
compostingconsultant.com — Zero Waste is an ambitious but important endeavor. No single strategy will result insuccess, and each community must carve its own path, cognizant of and willing to work withinits existing political environment, financial boundaries, and legislative systems. The next stepdown the path to Zero will b…
1002 days ago · From NEWMOA Admin
lacitysan.org — For the first time in the history of solid waste planning within the City, Los Angeles is developing the Solid Waste Integrated Resources Plan, also known as “SWIRP”. This plan seeks input from stakeholders representing a broad section of the community, from diverse cultural backgrounds and income l…
1002 days ago · From NEWMOA Admin
westcoastclimateforum.com — This is EPA-convened partnership of states and local governments that develop and share ways to integrate lifecycle materials management policies and practices into climate, sustainability and solid waste plans. Sustainable materials management is an approach to serving human needs by using and reu…
1126 days ago · From Gary Liss
crra.us — A 501(C)3 organization, CRRA is dedicated to achieving environmental sustainability in and beyond California through Zero Waste strategies including product stewardship, waste prevention, reuse, recycling and composting.  CRRA provides its members with resources to advance local, regional and state …
1207 days ago · From NEWMOA Admin
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