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Fecha: 
13 Julio 2012

Proyecto fin de máster: Food waste

Resumen: 

Today’s global food system is vastly flawed. It fails to meet the demand of those seeking food,providing over abundance to places where there is more than enough and failing in places that truly need it. This uneven distribution has changed the scales of the way people eat, leading to a global food epidemic where obesity and heart disease rise in developed countries, while hunger and malnourishment continue to plague many in the developing world. As you can see, the current food system is as ridiculous as it is immoral. In fact, nobody truly benefits from the enormous amounts of waste it generates.

Autores: 
HOKUMA KARIMOVA
PIOTR LUVIEWA-WIELEZYNSKI
Editores: 
EOI ESCUELA DE ORGANIZACIÓN INDUSTRIAL
Páginas: 
73
Idioma: 
en
Fuente: 
EOI
Formación
Postgrado
International Master in Sustainable Development and Corporate Responsibility (Madrid)
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