Explain what you think "Sustainability" and "Conservation" means in the FOOD INDUSTRY?
What can the food industry do to conserve resources. (Opts to talk about: how to minimize the amount of water used, wasting of food or protecting of food from spoilage, and still satisfy customers with quality food while reserving resources).
What are some examples of fossil fuels (fuels that are nonrenewable and formed from plant or animal remains buried deep in the earth)?
What type of site was previously abandoned industrial site that could be contaminated with hazardous waste but, once cleaned up, can be repurposed for comercial business use?
Energy Efficient Site
LEED Construction Site
Circle all materials that CAN BE recycled. There are some items here that cannot be recycled, do not circle those.
What type of fishing technology is it called when a trawler boat with a large net is used to trap a target species, however, the size of the net sometimes catches whales, dolphins, and sea turtles costing time away from actually catching the target species.
What is Aquaculture?
wild caught fish
production or farm-raised fish
Pulling a trawl across the bottom of ocean to catch exotic fish
Organic foods have been produced without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers and conserve soil and water.
People are moving away from eating organic foods.
An herbicide is used to kill what in non-organic farms?
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