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New HEAL Study: Household food wasting in a net-zero energy neighbourhood: Analyzing relationships between household food waste and pro-environmentalism

New HEAL Study: Household food wasting in a net-zero energy neighbourhood: Analyzing relationships between household food waste and pro-environmentalism

A team of researchers led by Haley Everitt with Paul van der Werf, Jamie Seabrook, and Jason Gilliland recently published an article entitled: “Household food wasting in a net-zero energy neighbourhood: Analyzing relationships between household food waste and pro-environmentalism.” To address the prominent “value-action gap” within pro-environmental behaviour, this novel, cross-sectional study investigated relationships between […]

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Good to the Last Bite?

HEAL Faculty Associate Dr Paul van der Werf, along with collaborators Dr Jason Gilliland, Matthew Lynch, Carly MacArthur, and Lauren Turner, recently published a report titled “Good to the Last Bite? Data-driven insights to reduce household food waste”.   Highlighting food waste research conducted by van der Werf, Gilliland and team in the HEAL, this publication presents a […]

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New HEAL Study: Effect of a Centrally-Procured School Snack Program Vs. a Traditional School Snack Program on Children’s Dietary Intake: A Randomized Controlled Trial

A team of researchers led by Jamie Seabrook with Kimberly Charbonneau, Louise McEachern, and Jason Gilliland recently published an article entitled: “Effect of a Centrally-Procured School Snack Program Vs. a Traditional School Snack Program on Children’s Dietary Intake: A Randomized Controlled Trial.” Less than one-third of Canadian children consume the recommended five daily servings of […]

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