i. The 21st Century Diversification of BioElectric Systems
ii. The Future of Food Waste as the Next Mass Renewable.
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The current global population is 7.2 billion, with about 1.3 billion living in high-income regions. In 2050, the world’s population is expected to be around 9.6 billion, reaching 10.9 billion in 2100, according to the United Nations medium-projection variant.
Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security CCAFS: Big Facts Focus Food Security
“With a growing global population seeking increasing prosperity every year, water, food and energy consumption is likely to increase to 30-50% over the next 25 years.”
THE POTENTIAL OF
FOOD WASTE TO ENERGY
THE AMOUNT OF FOOD WASTED GLOBALLY
At least ⅓ of food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted globally, which amounts to 1.3 billions tons per year
40% of losses in industrialized countries occur at the retail and consumer level
3% of food waste is currently recycled
40% of Landfill content comes from food waste
CNN infographic: sources national Resources Defence Council; Stockholm International Water Institute, World Economic Forum, Foresight, US Department of Agriculture, UN Global Compact, Swedish International Water Institute, National Resources Defense Council