According to a UN report, if global food waste were a country it would have the 3rd highest climate footprint behind China and the U.S.
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summary and reflections on SNEB’s first post-conference international educational tour to Cuba
The SNEB Board of Directors approved a change to the Society's policies regarding use of its listserv, "SNEEZE," during their September 2019 meeting.
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SNEB president Jennifer Wilkins says, "The conference in Orlando and the post-conference Cuba trip have energized me to serve SNEB to the fullest!"