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Making Our Food Sustainable

By: Paul Mason.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: United States Crabtree Publishing Co,US 01 Apr 2019Description: 32 Pages Paperback 203 x 254 x 5.08mm | 176.9g.ISBN: 9780778750345; 0778750345.Genre/Form: DDC classification: 338.19 Summary: How can eating better ourselves improve life for everyone on the planet? This intriguing title combines images and infographics to help explain how choosing foods that don't have to be shipped long distances, don't add to world pollution, and are not in danger of running out helps to ensure the world's food supply. Close-up boxes and case studies illustrate relevant examples of topics such as soil protection, organic vs industrial farming, and overfishing.
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How can eating better ourselves improve life for everyone on the planet? This intriguing title combines images and infographics to help explain how choosing foods that don't have to be shipped long distances, don't add to world pollution, and are not in danger of running out helps to ensure the world's food supply. Close-up boxes and case studies illustrate relevant examples of topics such as soil protection, organic vs industrial farming, and overfishing.
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