CMDS333 Wicked Problem 2019: Wicked Problem 2016: Food Waste Across the Supply Chain

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Wicked Problem Topic for 2016

The selected wicked problem topic for 2016 was Food Waste Across the Supply Chain.

Food Waste Across the Supply Chain - web resources

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Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations 

Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations - Statistics

Food Waste Along the Food Chain - from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Food Waste Within Food Supply Chains: Quantification and Potential for Change to 2050 by , ,

National Resources Defense Council
     National Resources Defence Council Issue Paper

PinBoard Collection of Readings

Save the Children - USA

Save the Children - International

Sustainable Supply Chains: An Introduction by Jonathan D. Linton, Robert Klassen, and Vaidyanathan Jayaraman 
Towards a Framework for Improvement in the Management of Demand in Agri‐Food Supply Chains
by David H. Taylor, Andrew Fearne

World Food Programme  - world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger

World Food Program - USA

Value Chain Analysis: An Approach to Supply Chain Improvement in Agri-Food Chains 

Food Waste Across the Supply Chain - book resources

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