[02 September/Food Navigator] A new list of ‘scaling initiatives’ has been published by World Resources Institute in an effort to accelerate the pace and geographic spread of global actions against food waste and loss. Reducing food waste and loss plays an important role in meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 and will help to sustainably feed growing populations by 2050. The scaling interventions are divided into three categories. Three take a whole supply chain approach, four target specific hotspots of food loss and waste and three enhance enabling conditions for reducing food waste and loss. Some of the ten initiatives include shifting consumer social norms so that wasting food becomes as unacceptable as littering, overcoming the data deficit and scaling up financing.