Globally, more than 900 million tonnes of food are thrown away every year. This food waste causes aound 8 to 10 % of global GHG emissions annually. Food sharing initiatives help creating positive impact on protecting and restoring planetary health by 2030 by saving food. Food waste comes with environmental costs including CO2 equivalents, freshwater use, cropland use, nitrogen and phosphorus use. Reducing food waste with alleviate this loss of resource. According to Paul Hawken, one of America's foremost environmentalists and the mastermind behind Project Drawdown, the world's most comprehensive attempt to showcase the most realistic climate solutions to date, reducing food waste ranks first among the world's 10 best climate solutions.