Food waste produces more greenhouse gases than almost any other source. Not only does rotting food emit potent methane, but the transportation of food products that are ultimately thrown away also adds to the emissions. One way to reduce your emissions is to reduce throwing away food by only buying what you need and eating it all. I also buy “ugly” produce from the grocery store to save money and keep those items out of landfills. But South Korea as a country has embraced reducing food waste and puts every bit of it to use. You can read about this remarkable achievement in the New York Times here.