5 Books On Waste
New upload to the #SBTbookClub Five books exploring the concept of waste 🚯🗑
Waste Not by James Beard Foundation
The James Beard Foundation s comprehensive book on full-use cooking how to use all the food you buy and avoid food waste featuring innovative recipes and tips from chefs across the country.
Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal by Tristram Stuart
Farmers, manufacturers, supermarkets and consumers in North America and Europe discard up to half of their food– enough to feed all the world’s hungry at least three times over. This book explores the crisis that is food waste.
Waste Not Everyday: 365 ways to reduce, reuse and reconnect by Erin Rhoads
Suited to those who are interested in taking their first steps towards a zero waste lifestyle, this book is a lighter, easier approach to Erin’s first and more in depth book, Waste Not. Also makes a great gift for friends and family looking for a simple introduction to the concept of zero waste.
The Story of Stuff by Annie Leonard
This book tells the story of all the 'stuff' we use everyday - where our bottled water, mobile phones and jeans come from, how they're made and distributed, and where they really go when we throw them away.
Material Value: More Sustainable, Less Wasteful Manufacturing of Everything by Julia L F Goldstein
Read Material Value to learn about the challenges facing the manufacturing world and how to make choices that are less wasteful and less harmful to people and the environment. This book is an antidote to a world too dominated by extreme opinions: it is a detailed, balanced and fascinating account of how we can make the modern material world more sustainable.