An area the size of Wales would be needed to grow all of the food we throw away from our homes each year in the UK, says Liz Goodwin of WRAP
Good morning, I am delighted to be here today. For those who may not know WRAP, quite simply, our vision is a world in which resources are used sustainably. One of our biggest areas of work relates...
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