© John Lund / Getty Images

© John Lund / Getty Images

"A new law in New Jersey—one of the strongest stances against climate change in the U.S. right now—aims to cut the state's food waste in half by 2030. Lawmakers also hope that the law will reduce the state’s climate footprint and add much needed resources in their fight against hunger. The bill passed the New Jersey legislature unanimously and was signed by Governor Chris Christie last week."

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