Weslynne Ashton discusses food waste

Interviewed on FOX32 Chicago

Associate Professor Weslynne Ashton was featured on FOX32 Chicago (starts at 2:35 in video below):

We need a lot of technology to engage consumers in the fight against food waste.

Weslynne has a joint appointment at the Institute of Design and the Stuart School of Business. She's a sustainable systems scientist who focuses on the circular economy and  increasing sustainability and equity in urban food systems.

Weslynne's work in finding ways to reduce wasted food nationally is supported by $15 million in funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF).


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