This is a cookbook compiled by three organizations: Museo do Amanha, Newtonfund, and Sebrae. The recipes included in this cookbook provide insight for how readers might repurpose their leftovers/scraps to help reduce food waste. The cookbook also provides background information on the founding organizations, explanation of the consequences of food waste, and vignettes of chefs/restaurants working to combat food waste. These recipes would be an awesome extension for classes learning about food waste.
Organization: Museum of Tomorrow
Museum of Tomorrow is an Applied Sciences museum which explores the opportunities and challenges which humanity will be forced to tackle in the coming decades from the perspective of sustainability and conviviality. Launched December 2015 by Rio de Janeiro City Hall, Museum of Tomorrow is a Culture asset from Rio’s Secretary of Culture currently managed by IDG (Instituto de Desenvolvimento e Gestão). Example of a well-succeeded partnership between public power and private initiative, it has already received over three million visitors since opening. With Santander Bank as a Master Sponsor and a wide network of partner sponsors as – Shell, IBM, IRB-Brasil RE, Engie, Grupo Globo and CCR, the museum was originally conceived by Roberto Marinho Foundation (Source).