Category: World Food and Nutrition

Twitter post on dumping tons of orange peels

Aviator Anil Chopra @Chopsyturvey This is Wow https://pic.twitter.com/uxn9eyCk36 Orange peels implied “someone owns this land, don’t bother it”. Plants and animals using organic material do their thing. This is NOT preventing greedy devastation of forest. Now, if you don’t own that land, anyone can take it again. Mapping and regular reports prevent better. Orange peels
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Comment on Integrated Water Strategies, Thinking Outside The Pipe

Integrated Water Strategies: Thinking Outside The Pipe at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1Lq7COGD2Q These seem to be very expensive methods. Do you have a cost breakdown? Homes, schools, businesses, small farms, abandoned land, landfills, poor counties, poor cities, poor countries. Nothing wrong, except the world and climate change is very large. Teaching only methods – without also teaching how
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Comment on Collaboration for Global Problem Solving: The Case for Food

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anOEGXpppIk Too bad the person running the camera did not frame the slides so they could be read. You had some good things to say, but no links to resources, nor framework. Your EAT Foundation is not linked, nor the Atkinson Center. YouTube can be a place for discussion and collaboration, but it takes a
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Comment on Applied Sciences Video – Measuring Human Digestive Efficiency vs a flame

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wZ0wTqJIxY I am fairly certain you are just seeing the fiber that is concentrated in the feces. It has about the same heating value per unit mass as the original, but indigestible. Most all the sugars, starches and lighter fats are likely to be used for energy – converted to energy, CO2 and water with
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Comment on Nuclear Desalination Report

http://Article Nuclear Desalination: A State-of-the-Art Review Thank you for putting this together. This is a clear, and fairly complete, review of the issues, economics, performance and maintenance of nuclear desalination processors. I just wish that each site’s operational, financial and social impacts were public on the Internet in a form for comparison and optimization. Encouraging
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