visualized by: Neo Mammalian Studios
British consumers leave tonnes of food on their plates every year. Food wastage has evolved to a critical issue for developed countries like UK and a paradox for countries where people are below the breadline and are starving to death. What can we do to change this?
visualized by: Online Masters in Public Health
This presentation looks briefly at the global milk churn and comprises information about the history of milk industry, volume of production and consumption, the difference between raw, pasteurized and GMO milk, as well as the various questionable technologies used in milk production.
visualized by: The Christensen Fund
This report outlines the benefits resulted from the adoption of alternative agricaltural methods, such as agroecology, as an effective measure against the excessive use of soil and water in massive industrialized agriculture.
visualized by: Column Five
See how massive corn production has degraded the quality of foods we’re eating and its contribution to Americans’ obesity .
visualized by: Seametrics
Agriculture is the largest food provider and the largest water consumer at the same time. With a fast growing world population and the phenomenal climate change, it’s a challenge for people to manage water reserves in the future. See here some interesting facts.