Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal by Tristram Stuart
Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal Tristram Stuart ebook
Publisher: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
Every year, households, retailers and food services waste enough food to satisfy the hunger of the world's malnourished at least twice over. Remember when your mom used to tell you to finish everything on your plate because people in Africa are starving? Valentin Thurn's documentary asks why civilised societies throw away so much food, and how we can stop, WASTE screens today at 4pm at Cambridge Arts Picturehouse as part of the 2012 UK Green Film Festival. Die Financial Times nannte sein Buch mit dem englischen Titel «Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal» «eines der wichtigsten ökologischen Bücher der letzten Jahre». Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal by Tristram Stuart, Penguin €11. He's the author of, Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal. Hugh follows in a long line of environmentalists who recognise that the global food system is unsustainable. The event in Trafalgar Square was the brainchild of Tristram Stuart, author of Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal. < http://www.tristramstuart.co.uk/FoodWasteFacts.html>. While a Reference: 'Waste, uncovering the global food scandal' by Tristram Stuart; and 'The Stern Report on Climate Change'. (3) Stuart, Tristram (2009), Waste; Uncovering the Global Food Scandal, (P 25), London: Penguin Group. But then there's the bigger problem. (2) Staurt, Tristram “Food Waste Facts”, Waste, May 2011. Quoted food waste fact is from Tristram Stuart's Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal (Penguin, 2009). While none of us think directly destroying a rainforest is a good idea, throwing away food contributes to just that. The challenge to feed the world's inhabitants is jeopardizing its soil, water and climate. The appalling amounts wasted in restaurants and fast food eateries is another story. Over 6.5 billion people inhabit Earth and roughly 1 billion regularly go hungry. * All Food Waste Facts are from Tristram Stuart's Waste: Uncovering the Global Food Scandal (Penguin, 2009). Tristram Stuart, author of Waste, Uncovering the Global Food Scandal, and organizer of the first such events in Bristol and London, was on hand to help the Dublin organizers.