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Growth with Decarbonization Is Not an Oxymoron
"Optimism would be rooted in the potential for new industrial processes and niche examples to be so attractive as to rapidly grow and spread. Pessimism is rooted in the evidence to date that policy—renewable incentives aside—is more timid and more resistant to change than technology itself. But in neither case, I would argue, do the statistics of past aggregate trends really indicate the constraints on what is possible. "
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17 hours ago by magnusc
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2 days ago by TomRaftery
How Grocery Stores Fight Food Waste | Cheapism
The Trader Joe's stores all over the Chicago area donated their nearly expired food to this organization, which distributed it to places that needed it. Homeless shelters, food banks, and other organizations in need."Walmart has made steps to address the issue of food waste/grocery stores with Eden, described as an "intelligent food system" that manages fresh groceries from farm to shelf.
food  sustainability 
2 days ago by jesselle77
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3 days ago by TomRaftery
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Can We Grow More Food on Less Land? We’ll Have To, a New Study Finds via
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