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gaelan76

America Trashes Forty Percent of Food Supply: Report | Common Dreams - 0 views

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    Food waste is the cause of 23 percent of methane emissions, a potent greenhouse gas. which is bad for the earth, and everyone living on it.
Veronica Guzman

Tons of food waste crams landfills, adds to methane gas | Hunger Solutions Minnesota - 0 views

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    It seems that Bloom is a major source when it comes to food waste because this is the second article that quotes him. This article gives statistics and information everyone should be aware of. They also give this great example of how America has a great obesity problem and that they say to chuck away the last few slices of that pizza instead of eating them!! Wrong! maybe we should just not buy the pizza if we do not need to eat it! The examples just show how we don't really think twice before throwing food away.
Aissata Traore

FAO Media Centre: Cutting food waste to feed the world - 0 views

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    The media is one of the best way to stop food waste today because everyone can be inform quickly. It informs us about the different between losses and waste. Food losses occure at the food production systems while food waste is more a problem of consumers throwing good food into the trash.
Arthur Parra

What's Better For Food Waste, Landfill Or Garbage Disposal? - 0 views

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    I found this article interesting because its talking about how putting our waste in the garbage disposal can reduce the global warming potential. Maybe if everyone could participate in this it could make things bettter
ashcam

Discussion 4: Diigo/Sustainability - 26 views

Erick you're right but how do we do that? In the video we watched cutting carbon emissions by 80 percent seem to be the number one suggestion. but the UN decided on doing that in a longer time sp...

sustainability food waste discussion environment

taylor479

Equal rights and social justice - 0 views

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    Social justice and equal rights go hand in hand, if there are no equal rights then there is no social justice. Everyone deserves equal rights
taylor479

WHO | Health and social justice - 0 views

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    Health care is needed among everyone regardless of what they make. Being denied healthcare because of salary is a social issue
Andrea Manginelli

For Restaurants, Food Waste Is Seen As Low Priority - 0 views

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    An estimated forty-five to fifty percent of food is discarded each year by Americans.That makes it an economic problem for everyone. In a country known as the "throw away" society we are destroying the planet with methane, mountains of food waste that could of been eaten, and wasting money that could of been saved.
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    This article talks about how much food we waste on Thanksgiving and in every day life. Talks about the different studies that have been done on this topic and the shocking results.
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    In this article they talk about how half of what  we produce in america is wasted. It also talks about how farmers grow a lot of product in order to get paid more and if it comes out bad they just leave it to rot in the fields.
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    Nearly 50% of all food ready for harvest gets thrown away, according to a study done by the University of Arizona! Sometimes the crops can't be saved due to mother nature, but in most cases food waste happens because we have been trained to only look at the perfect looking food.
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    This article covers the idea of warehouses and how they contribute to the idea of food waste. They also give again, They general run down about food waste and again some ideas anyone can do in their homes everyday to help prevent the issue.
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    In this article, the author describes the effects of food waste in our landfills. Restaurants contribute 15 percent of all waste in landfills.
Robbyn Purcell

12 Simple Ways to Reduce Food Waste - 0 views

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    There are mulitple ways that everyone impacts food that gets wasted that can easily be eaten or at least saved for a later date. However the steps that we can all take on order to help reduce the amount of food wasted is broken down into 12 easy steps. The simplest things we over look in our everyday lives can make the biggest difference for future generations to come.
Norma Sanchez

12 Ways to Prevent Food Waste at Home - 1 views

  • What's in your trash? A few moldy apples, half a can of spoiled tomato paste, limp veggies, Saturday's leftovers? That might not seem like much, but it adds up
  • We can reduce food waste
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    A wonderful page that tries to make everyone be aware on how much food they waste but the most important a few ways in how to prevented. One way that i really liked was putting leftovers in visible parts of the fridge like in the front or the door.
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    the article is web based slide show that goes through 12 different ways to prevent food waste. it gives example of food waste and than solutions on how to prevent it or minimize food waste
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    The article provides 12 ways that prevent food waste at home. As we all know form our reading this is a level were a lot of food is wasted. Maybe we can begin to get involved to stop food waste at home.
Raymond Laborin

Sustainable Food Lab Home - 2 views

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    This program is dedicated to finding a number of solutions to the problems we are facing today with food waste, and manage a way to be sustainable. As well managing an organized strategy to get everyone involved.
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    This article is about how companies,society, and farmers are identifying the most important ways to produce food systems that improve and add value to the food systems that we have in place now.
Robbyn Purcell

Why Food Sustainability Matters and 10 Things You Can Do About It - 0 views

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    There are ten simple thing that everyone can do to help make sure that we can really be sustainable for the future decades to come. In order to do so we need to understand where our food is really coming from, and what power we really do have as a consumer.
Blake Damron-Gurule

How to wage war on food waste - 0 views

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    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimates that Americans waste 30 percent of all edible food produced, bought, and sold in this country, although it acknowledges that this figure is probably low.Part of the problem is the heterogeneous nature of food waste -there is no single culprit, just many diffuse sources that add up to a slow and steady bleed on the economy and the environment. This site tells us what we already know, just some random helpful information in there that is fun and good to know.
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    Everyone is responsible for food being wasted the biggest contributors being cafeteria's, restaurants, and grocery stores. The first steps to wage war on food waste are to buy conservatively and make just enough instead of to much. Also to embrace the three R's reduce, reuse, and recycle.
Jacob Ortiz

Why consumer demand matters for sustainability - 0 views

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    Why sustainability can benefit everyone, from the employee to the consumer.
Jacob Ortiz

Missing from the great food debate: sustainability. Why it matters. - 0 views

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    I thought this was very interesting. Author Christopher Koetke speaks about the imoprtance of food sustanability, most imoprtantly he mentions that countries around the world are teaching about the importance of food waste. Finally everyone has agreed that food sustainability is a big issue and we have to take action today for the future generations.
Norma Sanchez

Farm Share - 0 views

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    This is a great website for everyone to see because it can help us see that there is people out there trying to make a change. Farm share is an organization that recovers food from being thrown out. They repack and send the food to shelters, churches, and other organizations that help the hungry.
patricia kelly

Sustainable Livestock Husbandry - 0 views

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    Learn how sustainable farms raise healthy animals using practices that benefit the environment and bolster local economies.
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    Like that it is talking about feeding animal the food that they normally would eat and they are grass feed making it more beneficial for the animal and the taste of what the animals are going to be used for better and more nutritious.
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    This is an interesting article to learn what is behind our meat. It is great that they are actually fed what they normally would, and that they don't deprive them of that.
skylarmcfarland

What remains unsaid about assisted suicide - CNN.com - 0 views

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    This article by CNN was written to describe factors that not everyone is used to hearing about assisted suicide.
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