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8. Creating Resilient Interventions to Food Waste: Aligning and Leveraging Systems and Design Thinking

Authors : Danielle Lake, Amy McFarland, Jody Vogelzang

Published in: Food Waste Management

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

Food waste interventions often end up shifting waste instead of reducing it. Lake, McFarland, and Vogelzang suggest efforts to ameliorate the food waste crisis could be better served through integrating theories and tools from systems thinking and design thinking. They analyse several systemic influences on food change and then recommend ten practical strategies for fostering and supporting change agents. Lake et al. suggest these ten intervention strategies will help change agents uncover and leverage the otherwise hidden interconnections between social, economic, and political systems. These strategies may open opportunities to address the underlying factors contributing to food waste and yield more inclusive, effective, and sustainable change.

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Metadata
Title
Creating Resilient Interventions to Food Waste: Aligning and Leveraging Systems and Design Thinking
Authors
Danielle Lake
Amy McFarland
Jody Vogelzang
Copyright Year
2020
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-20561-4_8

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