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Love Food Hate Waste Canada Comes to Albertahttp://www.nzwc.ca/media/releases/MediaReleases/20220628-LFHWCanada-MediaReleaase-AlbertaAnnouncement.pdf, Love Food Hate Waste Canada Comes to AlbertaLove Food Hate Waste Canada Comes to Alberta<div class="ExternalClass5E0FB1161F83468EB50C368C150D2059"><p>Love Food Hate Waste (LFHW) Canada is coming to Alberta, thanks to a new partnership with local and provincial organizations.​<br></p></div>2022-06-28T07:00:00Z
"Love Food Hate Waste” Message is Reaching Millions of Canadianshttp://www.nzwc.ca/media/releases/MediaReleases/2022-06-27-LFHWMessageReachingMillions.pdf, "Love Food Hate Waste” Message is Reaching Millions of Canadians"Love Food Hate Waste” Message is Reaching Millions of Canadians<div class="ExternalClassFB2DD62699684B809DB00E79B38A50E1">Love Food Hate Waste (LFHW) Canada has reached millions of Canadians with its empowering food waste prevention messages.​<br></div><div class="ExternalClassFB2DD62699684B809DB00E79B38A50E1"> <br> </div>2022-06-27T07:00:00Z
Minister Bibeau announces Food Waste Reduction Challenge finalists for the Business Models Streamshttps://www.canada.ca/en/agriculture-agri-food/news/2022/06/minister-bibeau-announces-food-waste-reduction-challenge-finalists-for-the-business-models-streams.html, Minister Bibeau announces Food Waste Reduction Challenge finalists for the Business Models StreamsMinister Bibeau announces Food Waste Reduction Challenge finalists for the Business Models Streams<div class="ExternalClassD686FB6F71E647DC889CA3D715342F8C">Today, the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced the 12 finalists of the Business Models Streams for the Food Waste Reduction Challenge. <br></div> <br><br>2022-06-16T07:00:00Z
Preventing Food Waste at Home Can Help Tackle Climate Change https://lovefoodhatewaste.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/food-waste-action-week-press-release-en.pdf, Preventing Food Waste at Home Can Help Tackle Climate Change Preventing Food Waste at Home Can Help Tackle Climate Change <div class="ExternalClassDC2BBAF038D64587A4D74F237F5D1F8C">Canadians produce nearly 10 million tonnes of greenhouse gases each year, simply by wasting perfectly edible food at home — however, there are plenty of simple actions everyone can take to help prevent unnecessary food waste.​<br></div><div class="ExternalClassDC2BBAF038D64587A4D74F237F5D1F8C"><br></div>2022-03-07T08:00:00Z
Canada Plastics Pact announces groundbreaking industry wide action plan to address plastic wastehttps://roadmap.plasticspact.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Press-Release-CPP-Roadmap-FINAL.pdf, Canada Plastics Pact announces groundbreaking industry wide action plan to address plastic wasteCanada Plastics Pact announces groundbreaking industry wide action plan to address plastic waste<div class="ExternalClassAD54821159374D88904B6B9BA8B2D0B3"><p>A new shared action plan will drive leading organizations across Canada as they build a circular economy for plastics packaging.<br></p></div>2021-10-21T07:00:00Z
Recycled Asphalt Pavement A Viable Option for Road Constructionhttp://www.nzwc.ca/media/releases/MediaReleases/20210923-MediaRelease-RAPtoolkit.pdf, Recycled Asphalt Pavement A Viable Option for Road ConstructionRecycled Asphalt Pavement A Viable Option for Road Construction<div class="ExternalClassC883C1F6177D4656B46123041704665C"><p>Boosting recycled asphalt content in road construction offers significant environmental benefits while maintaining structural integrity, according to a pilot project by the City of Richmond and Lafarge Canada, and supported by the National Zero Waste Council.<br></p></div>2021-09-23T07:00:00Z
Council partners with WRAP in ground-breaking behaviour change researchhttp://www.nzwc.ca/media/releases/MediaReleases/20210728-WalmartPressRelease.pdf, Walmart Press ReleaseCouncil partners with WRAP in ground-breaking behaviour change research<div class="ExternalClass95A2E44CEAA6476D8AB79D0B80E94334"><p>The Walmart Foundation has awarded a grant to WRAP, a leader in delivering behaviour change interventions, to develop new interventions to slash household food waste in the UK and Canada. National Zero Waste Council is happy to be the Canadian partner.<br></p></div>2021-07-28T07:00:00Z
New Initiative Helps Canadian Cities Embrace the Circular Economy http://www.nzwc.ca/media/releases/MediaReleases/20210615-ccri-mediarelease-en.pdf, New Initiative Helps Canadian Cities Embrace the Circular Economy New Initiative Helps Canadian Cities Embrace the Circular Economy <div class="ExternalClass70CC18F0424B4D029C023F00DA5AB3FE"><p>​Fifteen local governments have been selected to participate in the Canadian Circular Cities & Regions Initiative’s (CCRI) Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Network, designed to promote job creation and sustainable practices in the post-pandemic economy.<br></p></div>2021-06-15T07:00:00Z
Recovering the Momentum of Reusables in Retail: Report https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/recovering-the-momentum-of-reusables-in-retail-report-852397287.html, Recovering the Momentum of Reusables in Retail: Report Recovering the Momentum of Reusables in Retail: Report <div class="ExternalClass97CE9FA551C2427A8CC63D17F8E71283"><p>​New research from the National Zero Waste Council, in collaboration with the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health, sheds light on the safe use of reusable items in retail settings during the COVID-19 pandemic.<br></p></div>2021-06-09T07:00:00Z
Where are grocers in the war on food waste?https://canadiangrocer.com/where-are-grocers-war-food-waste, Where are grocers in the war on food waste?Where are grocers in the war on food waste?<div class="ExternalClass91478CB96E924D2C9C27A98662D00811">While they’re not the biggest contributor to food waste, grocery retailers can do more to tackle this mounting issue. <br></div>2021-05-28T07:00:00Z
Turning Used Plastic Into New Opportunityhttps://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2021ENV0037-000955, Turning Used Plastic Into New OpportunityTurning Used Plastic Into New Opportunity<div class="ExternalClass27C834EFB2BC4F369C188268574A0350"><p>​Turning plastics from old car batteries into new ones, developing artificial intelligence to sort plastics for recycling and supporting local micro-recycling facilities are among nine projects being funded under the CleanBC Plastics Action Fund.<br></p></div>2021-05-19T07:00:00Z
Twenty-four innovators advance to Food Waste Reduction Challenge semi-finals https://www.canada.ca/en/agriculture-agri-food/news/2021/05/twenty-four-innovators-advance-to-food-waste-reduction-challenge-semi-finals.html, https://www.canada.ca/en/agriculture-agri-food/news/2021/05/twenty-four-innovators-advance-to-food-waste-reduction-challenge-semi-finals.htmlTwenty-four innovators advance to Food Waste Reduction Challenge semi-finals <div class="ExternalClassD688D401E9FD4A539BC2A80E42190601"><p>Today, the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced the 24 semi-finalists for Streams A and B of the $20-million Food Waste Reduction Challenge, an initiative under the Food Policy for Canada.<br></p> </div>2021-05-07T07:00:00Z