Angela is a sustainability professional bringing 15 years experience gained from varied industries such as food, energy, consulting, forestry and horticulture. Angela completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Natural Resources Management) at Deakin University. Angela is currently a Non-Executive Director of Greenfleet, a carbon offset not for profit and recently worked for the Australian Food and Grocery Council managing their 10 year industry sustainability commitment.
Angela grew up in rural Australia but has expanded her horizons living and working in London and Chicago. This work was backed up with a healthy dose of travel throughout Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, South East Asia, North and South America. She currently lives in Melbourne, Australia.
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The amount of food we waste is a growing issue worldwide, especially with population growth and the shrinking availability of water and arable land. One way to combat food waste is the use of effective packaging. What type of packaging that is needed varies where the food is wasted along the supply chain, and this depends on what market the food is grown in. The Save Food Initiative produced two reports, Global Food Losses and Food Waste, and Appropriate packaging solutions for developing countries.
The Global Cleantech 100, now in its 6th year released by the Cleantech Group, is a list of the top companies in this space worldwide. The Cleantech 100 is no longer just a list of companies from places like the United States, Germany and Japan. Emerging markets are seeing the benefits of clean technology and some of the leading companies in the world are starting to come from emerging markets like Kenya