US Food Loss and Waste Policy Action Plan or anything that is sustainable with public policy implemented

Write a 5-7 page report that explains your
recommendation. Your report should include the following sections:

Title page

summary (no more than 1 page)

to the proposal

Argument  (divided into several sections)

Recommendations – These are usually in the form
of a numbered list of actions to be taken. These may include not only policy
changes, but future research, focus group or public discussions, or anything
else that might stem from your research.

Conciseness: Decision-makers tend to be busy people, with lots of
documents demanding their attention (and often a backlog). Keep your documents as
focused and concise as possible so that your readers spend only the minimum
time required to glean the information they need from them. Concisenesss is
really a product of the revising and editing stages.

Readability: No matter how complex the issue, or the recommendation,
your ideas must be clear and readable. Avoid technical jargon that will confuse
or irritate a reader.

Accuracy: Policy recommendations must be based on the most recent,
accurate and complete information available. 
Make sure you have done your homework on the topic.

Policy documents must meet an additional criterion. They are a form of
argument and should reflect the qualities of effective argumentation. This
means that you need to anticipate objections or questions the reader may have.