25 October 2023
A new report shows inconsistent fridge temperatures and confusing cold storage advice could be contributing to meat waste in Aussie households.
This project aims to provide new temperature and consumer data to understand how red meat wastage could be reduced in Australian households.
01 September 2019
From edible cities to plastic pollution – two RMIT experts share their thoughts on sustainability issues across two continents.
14 August 2019
Food selfies taken on campus can offer a whole new way to rethink flexible student spaces and help combat food waste, suggests a new study.
30 May 2018
Food sharing is experiencing a renaissance in cities around the world. By food sharing, we mean the collaborative growing, cooking, eating and distributing of food as well as sharing food-related skills, spaces and tools.
31 October 2017
As cities grow in size and consumption, sharing has been suggested as a possible means to conserve resources, prevent waste and provide new social and economic relations.
24 July 2017
RMIT and Trinity College Dublin researcher Dr Ferne Edwards has spent the past few months harvesting food, distributing organic goods and joining strangers around communal dinner tables.
09 June 2017
Australians were once world champion beef-eaters but now you’re much more likely to find chicken than steak on Australian dinner tables.
27 June 2016
Are humans now an “urban species”? Do we now live in an “Urban Age”?