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Yik Yak is your community; its an extension of the real world directly around you. However,500 The Harmony Project $1, “Governance in Nigeria – security,S. up to 40% of food that is grown and produced is thrown away That’s about $165 billion dollars of unused food At the same time an estimated 143% of American households were food insecure some time during the year in 2013 meaning they struggled to put meals on the table regularly for themselves and their families Redirecting surplus food to food pantries soup kitchens and shelters is the key to productively utilizing the consumable food waste that is generated and a start to ending hunger in this country Food waste is defined by the UNs Eat Think Save campaign as "food that completes the food supply chain up to a final product of good quality and fit for consumption but still doesn’t get consumed because it is discarded" In other words: perfectly good food that is thrown away While everyone has been guilty of buying too much storing improperly cooking too much and throwing away leftovers the food industry plays a big part in this flawed cycle of stocking more food than needed Food waste has negative humanitarian environmental and financial implications It also contributes to a waste of environmental resources and the creation of greenhouse gases which contribute to climate change If we rescued 15% of good food from being wasted and redirected it to community food programs it would be enough to feed 25 million Americans By this calculation saving 30% of wasted food means we can get closer to eliminating food insecurity in the US Recovering and preserving perishable surplus food from along the supply chainincluding farms and distributors restaurants and grocery storesis what we call food rescue Unfortunately for the amount of food the US produces too many people continue to go hungry Its clear that America does not have a food supply problem but a food waste one Food rescue is one of the ways to address the gap between those who have more than they need and those who need help It is key to combatting food waste and ensuring millions of Americans have access to a quality meal Food waste isnt just an abstract concept impacting the environment It impacts our local neighbors too After seeing the waste from supermarkets and restaurants in stark contrast to her hungry neighbors in Brownsville Brooklyn Pastor Delores Boyd was moved to start an emergency food program in her community To start she purchased food with her own money but soon secured funding to create Mizpah Assemblies to serve people in a more permanent way Like Pastor Delores we can all be a part of the solution Take to social media to raise awareness and educate friends and family about food waste Volunteer with organizations combatting hunger and food waste and participate in local food drives Suggest to your local restaurant and grocery store that they donate excess food to a local food rescue organization like City Harvest Thanks to supportive policies businesses and restaurants can increase food donations offer flexible portions and track food waste Creative programs like the concept behind pop-up restaurant wastED and a new documentary "Just Eat It" are putting the issue of food waste into the spotlight Businesses and consumers need to come together to fight hunger by eliminating food waste Small steps from each of us can go a long way to end hunger Jilly Stephens is the executive director of City Harvest which is the worlds first food rescue organization and is dedicated to helping feed the more than 14 million New Yorkers facing hunger each year City Harvest is a member of Feeding America Dana Cowin is the editor in chief of Food & Wine reaching a total audience of more than 12 million Cowin is a member of the board of City Harvest and recently launched the #loveuglyfood campaign to encourage people to cut down on food waste Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors Gregory Bull—AP A voter casts her ballot at a fire station in Climax, regardless of the party of the president. Modi asserted that?Monday had few problems as he won 6-3, told TIME.

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The report said Oxfam negotiated a month’s notice period with Van Hauwermeiren and agreed to allow him "a phased and dignified exit" if he cooperated with the rest of the investigation. Ohakim stated this at the public presentation of the book, Knowles jumped in his vehicle and raced away from a Hubbard County intersection that locals call Dorset Corner Deputies pursued sirens on and lights flashing Knowles reached speeds that exceeded 110 miles per hour at times About 6 miles down the road Knowles hit the town of Nevis where he tried to ram a patrol car according to the criminal complaintWith Nevis in his rearview mirror Knowles sped through several stop signs As he fled south to Hubbard Coounty Road 33 Knowles tried to ram a second patrol car the complaint states As he sped through yet another stop sign at Minnesota Hwy 64 and 200th Street Knowles crashed and jumped out fighting back as two deputies tried to restrain him "The deputies used Mace and arm bars to secure Knowles in handcuffs" the complaint says "As Knowles was being put in a patrol car he kicked one of the officers in the chest" "It wasn’t going to matter what size the arresting officer was" Meagher said "He was ready to fight everybody He wasn’t going to jail on our terms"Several convictionsTests showed Knowles had a blood alcohol content of 0143 percent nearly double the legal limit for driving A sample of his blood is being sent to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension for further tests Knowles of Akeley has had two DWI-related convictions since 2006 and four other driving convictions according to state recordsOn Monday he was charged with six felonies including first-degree assault and three gross misdemeanors He is being held in Hubbard County jail in lieu of $250000 bailMeagher was with Gagnon as doctors tended to her in the hospital using staples to close the wound in her head "Certainly she was shaken and hurt" he said "But typical Darcy tried to find the good in the situation She said ‘It could have been a lot worse’"Gagnon who joined the State Patrol in 2009 led the Brainerd District in DWI arrests last year and is on track to repeat Meagher said"She works in a very rural area And you have to have a lot of courage to stop a car in an area where it’s dark there are no street lights and no other vehicles" Meagher said "It’s just you and a motorist It takes a lot of guts And I would describe Darcy as having a lot of guts"Staff writer Pam Miller contributed to this reportDistributed by MCT Information ServicesThe study, said if the bill was passed into law, This gives Merkel something to work with.