Here is a selection of titles proposed by FAO Publications for forum participants who would like to read more on food loss and waste.
FOOD LOSS AND WASTE AND THE RIGHT TO ADEQUATE FOOD: MAKING THE CONNECTION
This publication focuses on the need to develop sustainable global consumption and production systems to help realize the right to adequate food, while arguing for a human rights-based approach to tackle food loss and waste.
GENDER AND FOOD LOSS IN SUSTAINABLE FOOD VALUE CHAINS: A GUIDING NOTE
This guidance note on integrating gender concerns into food loss responses proposes an approach that consists of value-chain mapping, identification of constraints and solutions, and social risk assessment.
HOW ACCESS TO ENERGY CAN INFLUENCE FOOD LOSSES: A BRIEF OVERVIEW
This report identifies the main stages of the food value chain where increasing access to energy can play a dominant role in reducing food losses directly (by making food processing possible) as well as indirectly (by influencing the rate at which cooling technologies are adopted).
SAVE FOOD FOR A BETTER CLIMATE: CONVERTING THE FOOD LOSS AND WASTE CHALLENGE INTO CLIMATE ACTION
This paper identifies ways and enabling factors to reduce food loss and waste as part of the collective effort to enhance ambition for climate action while simultaneously delivering the other objectives of the sustainable development agenda.