Would, wouldn't, why?

Read the three "greener choices" news stories below. Each tell us about a way of reducing greenhouse-gas emissions through the food we eat.

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Your questions:

Which would you do? Why?

Which wouldn't you (if any)? Why?

Answer the two questions and explain your thinking in a comment below. Give reasons for your answers - no more than a short paragraph for each to make sure you get straight to the point.

Extra challenge: Which one of these options would be easiest to persuade the general public to do? Why?


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  • British Council.jpg best_blueberry | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I've read all three of the news stories, but there's one thing that catches the eye, and it's a news story that said, "Leaves for lunch."
    For every 3 kg of food waste disposed of, 23 kg of emissions are released when it decomposes. If people use more of their leftover food in other poultry, it will help the climate.” Let’s make it clear that in the developed and developing world, excessive and wasted lunch is going to waste schools, and this is what causes the so-called global warming. Food waste may actually cause many emissions of up to Billions of tons of known gases annually, so excessive food waste is one of the third and most producers of gases that cause global warming after China and the United States of America. Which makes some food residues a positive impact on the environment and the surrounding climate

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    1. Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ Topical Talk
      best_blueberry's comment 08 Nov 2021

      What could these countries to do reduce food waste?

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      1. British Council.jpg best_blueberry | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Tiff @ Topical Talk's comment 08 Nov 2021

        To reduce food waste first from a humanitarian point of view, there are many people who work day and night to get a meal or the leftovers of a meal from this
        As for nature, food waste must be reduced by eating reasonable meals, the amount that a person can eat, and not using food only in appearances, because these food residues cause many gases, which leads to global warming.

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      2. British Council.jpg appreciative_pear | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Tiff @ Topical Talk's comment 09 Nov 2021

        I think there are ways to reduce food waste. Let's rely on a healthier and sustainable diet, store food in a correct and good way, save leftovers, consume smaller quantities, eat more legumes and vegetables, share food with others, read the expiration date of food packages, and as you said, Madam, what is the role of countries in Reducing food waste Enact laws related to preserving and wasting food and preparing programs in educational curricula to reduce food waste. Societies must cooperate in spreading the culture of reducing food waste. Healthy eating to avoid excess weight and excessive food consumption

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        1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
          appreciative_pear's comment 10 Nov 2021

          How might "reading the expiration date of food packages" help to slow climate change, appreciative_pear?

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      3. British Council.jpg smart_glacier | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Tiff @ Topical Talk's comment 09 Nov 2021

        I suggest that in order to reduce the waste of food, institutions and charities take advantage of the leftovers in restaurants and banquets, repackaging them, arranging them and distributing them to the homes of the poor, as the associations do in my country.
        Exploiting food leftovers that are not suitable as food for animals, recycling used tools, and reducing waste as much as possible to preserve the environment.

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    2. British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      best_blueberry's comment 08 Nov 2021

      I agree with you that food and food waste are the third main things in causing global warming. Did you know that approximately 1.43 billion tons of food is wasted annually, and the United States wastes about 7 million tons of food every year, which is equivalent to 40% of the total edible food in the world The United States, which emits 3% of the world's greenhouse gas emissions About 135 million tons of greenhouse gases are emitted every year due to global food waste, which represents 1.5% of the total greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming in the world, so you may see how big the impact of food waste on the climate
      Therefore, we have to try to take advantage of food waste and try to reduce food waste and take advantage of food waste and make organic fertilizer for trees because this helps to get rid of waste and helps to grow trees and support the climate and try to rely on plant food more than animal food. Everyone buys the food he wants and needs only and does not exceed his needs

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      1. avatar.jpg EXPERT: Alexander @ Clifford Chance
        compassionate_explanation's comment 10 Nov 2021

        Thank you for your comments, compassionate_explanation. Can you think of ways a government could encourage the food industry to cut down on food waste?

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  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    Choose LEFTORERS FOR LUNCH
    I think that it is the appropriate choice for all groups of society and suits the tastes of all of society. For example, there is a large group of people who do not like or avoid eating processed meat and meat alternatives and use fresh meat instead. Also, not all people in the world eat insects. I am talking about my personal opinion. I eat insects in my life and I never eat them, and there are many people who agree with me and do not like them and have never accepted them, so I think that it is the best solution for all people and society and is able to convince them clearly and greatly

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    1. British Council.jpg exuberant_snow | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      compassionate_explanation's comment 09 Nov 2021

      The best way for me is the leftovers of food because it can be used in several things and in several ways and in several areas, including fertilizer for the soil and can be donated to charities

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  • British Council.jpg compassionate_explanation | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I will not apply BINGEON BUGS
    Why ?? I am talking about my personal opinion. There are many people who agree with me on this. I have never eaten insects in my life and will never eat them. I will not force anyone to eat them if I want to apply this law to people and not force them to eat something they do not like and do not want to eat because people are the key to a solution The climate crisis. If we help people, we will succeed in getting rid of the climate crisis. If people do not help us, we will fail miserably. I think the first option is the most appropriate option because it satisfies the tastes of all people.

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  • British Council.jpg exuberant_snow | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I will use the leftover method, because it helps with food because it contains a large percentage of water and few solid parts, which makes it ideal for fermentation, and leftovers can be donated to charities and food banks and can be used as organic fertilizer in gardens
    And I will not use the method of immersion in bedbugs, because bugs are insects that take a place from the bed, to feed on human blood, by planting their beak in the skin, to remain on his skin from 3 to 10 minutes, until she gets her meal from him, which causes many diseases dermatological

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  • British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I do leftover for lunch, because if this food is used to feed poor people - donate it, or use food that can be organic fertilizer for plants and is good for global warming.

    I do not binge on bogs, because it is impossible for me to eat insects even if it is forced, because there are many creatures that feed on them, and we can benefit from these creatures, and also it is not tasty, and also vector of diseases.

    The easiest way to convince people of it is leftover for lunch, because it helps to create new foods, helps to create time by arranging meals, and also saves money.

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  • British Council.jpg aware_painting | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    Carbon dioxide in carbon dioxide is a ceremonial gaseous, rather than in the present. Light, followed by light on light and light in the United States
    and space carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide. The atmosphere, the atmosphere, the atmosphere, the atmosphere, the atmosphere, the atmosphere, the atmosphere, the atmosphere, the atmosphere, the atmosphere, and this led to climate change in the atmosphere, and the proportion of those gases increased clearly in the ninth century Ten due to the use of atmospheric fuels in large numbers in industry, industry, energy, energy sectors.
    Temperatures released by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in one of its reports for the year 2018, the sea, the occurrence of changes in severe weather, and the loss of some solutions carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by 45%.
    Measures to reduce the effects of global warming:
    Reducing the impact of global warming, alternative energy, global warming, and the use of ultra-energy from factories and furnaces in addition to expanding green space, awareness of the population about the dangers of global warming.

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  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I will do Microbes in meals, because if I convert something that people think is bad and only brings health problems, I can change their point of view, and so I can unleash their minds to think of how to turn the negative into the positive, and this will help us in the face of climate change, Where we can take advantage of environmental problems and solve them in a way that brings us a good return on the people in all respects, and this will increase the rate of invention,Where their awareness of environmental problems will encourage them to invent because they do not want the situation to take them to a path from which they do not know how to get out. Necessity is the mother of invention.

    _ I will not binge on bedbugs, because I do not know about this insect and its effect on my health as a human being. I do not know how strong my immunity is to eating these insects, And I also do not guarantee that it will not transmit a disease to me, or it may cause a defect in the work of the devices in my body, and even if scientists do research and discovery, I must also take the ban, Perhaps the scientists warned us against eating an insect because it is harmful, but one of us disagreed and it did not show any side effects from the beginning, so he advised everyone to eat it, and perhaps this will produce a virus,Like the Corona virus, the world will sit helpless for a year or two and stop its economic activities and stop studying and create generations that depend on cheating in order to succeed,and this causes a congenital defect in society that is difficult to solve, which leads to its death

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    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      healthy_antelope's comment 08 Nov 2021

      A balanced answer, healthy_antelope where you have given developed reasons for your thoughts.

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  • British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    Additional challenge:
    I'm here to talk about my community, because I don't know the reactions of others from other communities that I haven't lived in, so I'm going to make an easy-to-implement option if we educate people, In my society, eating insects and adding microbes and fungi will not be accepted in the first step in changing the lifestyle, because they will describe it as disgusting and no matter how much you try to convince them, you will not be able to, Because they will say we used to live normally with our daily food so why change even our food for climate change, and this will make people reject the idea of ​​building greener because they will think that it only brings trouble,So we have to start changing from the easiest and most appropriate for society and its mind, so that it is easy to be convinced and applied , But if we put forward the idea of ​​using leftovers in other meals, and educating them environmentally and economically in order to be more convinced, and why did you choose this step,Because my society, the majority in it, follows an Islamic religion, and we have forbade extravagance, meaning this will increase their conviction rate,Also, because our countries do not have a high economy that can cover poverty, this will increase their sense of the poor and will increase the friendship between society,This will unite them to face climate change hand in hand and this will give the generations of society the opportunity to think in more than one way because they will become more aware of the conditions of the countries that share the same geographical spot with them.

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  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I will do BINGE ON BUGS because insects are a great source of protein. We may soon see them at dinner tables because traditional livestock farming has become unsustainable, eating insects may be one solution to reduce the calories in the world.

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  • British Council.jpg cultured_lute | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I won't LEFTOVERS FOR LUNCH because, whether your leftovers are sauteed vegetables or fish cakes affects how long they can be kept safely in your refrigerator.

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    1. British Council.jpg best_blueberry | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      cultured_lute's comment 08 Nov 2021

      I agree with you that the longer the period of preservation of the thing increases the value and the amount of rotting and makes it very harmful to the environment because it produces some harmful scattered gases that cause the rotting of what is next to it

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  • British Council.jpg secure_cymbals | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I will try leftovers in food, because in my opinion, the vast majority of people throw their leftovers in the garbage. I will not do it. It is a bug from bedbugs because it is due to the person controlling his appetite, organizing his meals and how healthy they are

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  • British Council.jpg smart_glacier | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    Perhaps if you offered me these options it would be my second choice for lunch, it is the best solution for economical level and one that suits everyone, learn to be creative and use alternatives and not waste food.
    What I do not use is to be one of the insects, as my country does not follow this system and there is no one who eats insects

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  • British Council.jpg enterprising_technology | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I will reduce my consumption of unhelpful food and urge everyone to reduce eating food that increases global warming, I will not believe the advertising products that increase global warming, and I will believe them, no, I will not believe them, and of course, if any, I will stay away from eating foods that increase global warming.

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  • British Council.jpg enthusiastic_hippopotamus | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I will choose to eat leftovers with other meals because it will help reduce carbon emissions and help the climate, including not wasting food or giving it to the needy. To have harmful effects such as the Corona virus

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  • British Council.jpg magical_revolution | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I think food scraps are the most environmentally friendly
    I will work to spread awareness to the public and also reduce the amount of food and not waste the rest or throw it away, but rather eat it again

    When dumped, it turns and produces methane, which affects global warming, affecting it 34 times more than CO2

    What would you not do if found and why?

    Talking about myself, what I will not do is eat insects, it is a disgusting thing to eat, and because there are also animals that feed on insects, so I don't think I will eat it in my life.

    Which of these would be easy to convince the audience of and why?

    In my opinion, leftovers is the easiest way to convince the audience to do it
    Because you know what its source is, and it is also of your own making, not from someone else's reach, and also, it is the easiest thing, and also because it reduces global warming, and also we must not waste food, as we do not know what will happen to us in the future.

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    1. British Council.jpg bright_conversation | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      magical_revolution's comment 10 Nov 2021

      I agree with you .I did some research and I've found that the carbon footprint of food waste is greater than that of the aviation industry. A 2005 study found that these programs can reduce household waste by 38% and increase recyclable waste by up to 40%. According to Project Drawdown, if food waste is cut in half over the next 30 years, the world could avoid emissions of at least 10 gigatons of carbon dioxide equivalent to shutting down 2,570 coal-fired power plants. By preventing deforestation for additional farmland, these measures will also prevent additional emissions of over 70 gigatons.

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  • British Council.jpg content_river | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    1 Food waste is very useful in reducing emissions and analyzing food waste helps in the climate 2 / Insects can be grown for food, as this reduces emissions and is much less than the cultivation of insects3 / Bacteria and fungi can be used like eating as few as possibleof animal products

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  • British Council.jpg frank_ibex | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    I will use leftover for lunch. It is worth to mention that preventing food waste is the most effective way to shrink it's impact on the planet. When we waste the food, it goes to the landfill and rots which produces methane. Emissions could be reduced if we stop wasting food.
    I would not binge on bugs. Although insects have been consumed as food there is still very little know about how they might affect our bodies. Many insects feed on decaying matter, rotting food, animal corpses, human waste which are full of bacteria. This is a common danger and insects can carry parasites which are harmful.

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    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      frank_ibex's comment 08 Nov 2021

      What if the insects have been proven to be clean and not affect our bodies?

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      1. British Council.jpg best_blueberry | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Tom @ Topical Talk's comment 08 Nov 2021

        OK, I agree with you about considering some insects to be clean, but there are some people who do not want to eat these types of insects, and some people are allergic to the presence of insects, but there are people who greatly desire them, so we must criticize both parties that love and hate so that the issue Softer and easier for other people

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  • British Council.jpg frank_ibex | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    Leftover for lunch will be the easiest to persuade public. Because, there is no danger of using this way while others contain danger.

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  • British Council.jpg open_drum | Asmaa Prep School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    For me and my community: Many factories suffer from global warming caused by food, so I have some solutions that I believe will succeed in reducing global warming, and these solutions are:
    Reducing alternative energy sources because they are widely used in our society, so these sources are replaced by natural sources such as the sun, wind, and ..
    And also reduce the pollution of transportation such as car smoke...
    And reduce the proportion of factory smoke emitted by factories.

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  • British Council.jpg bright_conversation | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    06 Nov 2021

    Talking about my community, eating insects and adding microbes and mushrooms is unacceptable in the first steps of lifestyle change. Because they explain that they don't like it. People build more eco-friendly ideas because they live normally with their daily diet, so why change their diet due to climate change, I think these only causes problems for people Will lead you. So we need to start changing from the simplest and most appropriate to society and its mind. That makes it easier to convince and apply. And why did you choose to take this step? This means increasing the proportion of their accusations, as my society, the majority of which obey Islam and we forbid luxury, and because our country does not have a high economy. Covering poverty strengthens the sense of the poor and strengthens social friendships so that they are more aware of the situation in countries that share the same geographical location. Considering the catastrophic changes that affect the climate and are caused by the decomposition of food waste, I use certain limited foods to reduce food waste and waste food that is dumped and decomposed. Reducing things and gas is determined to increase the threat of climate change and global warming, and food waste is considered food waste. One of the problems facing different countries around the world is estimated to be about a trillion dollars annually. However, from what I've read that the Danish initiative proved to be the most successful in reducing food waste, allowing Denmark to reduce the amount of food dumped in landfills by a certain amount. I think it's very unpleasant in Arab countries that it can cause illness and danger to people.

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  • British Council.jpg determined_deer | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Nov 2021

    1-The news story I chose is leftovers because food production is the cause of a quarter of greenhouse gas emissions, according to a study conducted in Oxford, Britain. The study showed that meat and other animal products produce more than half of the gaseous emissions resulting from foods eaten by humans, so I will reduce as much as possible from eating meat, especially beef and sheep, because it is more harmful to the environment than other foods. Consume locally produced seasonal foods and limit the amount of food we dispose of in the garbage.
    2-The news story that I won't do is the gluttony of insects. Although many rely on insects as a rich source of protein, eating them disgusts with some I have it too so I don't think I can eat bugs Because insects, especially in the tropics, live at the very end of their temperature range, any further increases can quickly wipe them out, with dire consequences for the tropics that depend on insects for everything from pollination to waste disposal, especially in the tropics. It includes the vast majority of species found on planet Earth.

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  • British Council.jpg determined_deer | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Nov 2021

    the challenge
    I think that the easiest option to convince the public of is leftover food, because this choice is in everyone's hands, and everyone can decide what he wants to eat and what he wants to refrain from. Through modifications to his food such as reducing meat and buying food directly from farmers instead of the manufacturer, as well as eating grains, vegetables and fruits as an alternative to red meat, growing his own fruits and vegetables, and committing to a meat-free vegan day every week I think he will not have a problem because it is not difficult.

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    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      determined_deer's comment 08 Nov 2021

      Why do you think people still throw away food even though it is so easy to make leftovers from it?

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    2. British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      determined_deer's comment 08 Nov 2021

      I don't agree with you that a vegetarian day every week is easy!!!! There are those who depend on meat as food and a source of energy for their body, it will be difficult for them to leave meat,Also, meat does not pose a danger to the human body if it is cooked in a healthy way, so why should we reduce it? , And if each individual were to grow his own fruits and vegetables, because this would increase the individual's use of chemical fertilizers, which are causing soil pollution,Also, permanent irrigation, which will increase water consumption, and thus the exploitation of water from water bodies will begin to increase. In the future, countries will face economic problems because they will have to buy water from other countries, Also, if everyone is going to grow vegetables and fruits on his own and he does not have experience, is it not possible that this will lead to the drying out of the land and desertification?

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      1. British Council.jpg determined_deer | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        healthy_antelope's comment 11 Nov 2021

        I respect your opinion, but I want to make it clear to you that we are talking about meat which accounts for the largest proportion of the production of carbon emissions from global warming. I didn't touch on how important meat is to human health, so I suggested a day out of every week and anyone who needed meat could do without it for just one day, and if we talk about this day, it won't make much difference to the individual, but it will make a big difference to the climate in the world. As for the cultivation of each individual's own fruits and vegetables, he will certainly not resort to chemical fertilizers in large quantities, but rather use biological fertilizers because he cares about his health and the health of his family, unlike he who grows for the purpose of trade, whose only concern will be to increase production in any way. As for irrigation, I think that a tree or two will not consume much of water and I'm sure the person who is going to water the trees will follow the best and least wasteful method of water because they don't want to increase their bill, and most rely on rain water mostly.

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  • British Council.jpg diligent_fern | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Nov 2021

    Comment: I would choose leftovers because they fit our moral of not throwing away leftovers as other poor people need. Bread for every head" is known to all. These words reflect well the way in which the Russian people treat this flour product. After all, for us there is no product More important than bread.Both the poor and the rich buy it to their table, despite their culinary preferences.

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  • British Council.jpg healthy_hurricane | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Nov 2021

    Reducing the consumption of beef and dairy and focusing on vegetarianism: because cows and dairy cattle produce methane gas, and their breeding contributes to increasing global warming.I will not reduce a lot of fatty food because it is useful in some things I will choose option 1 because it protects us well from diseases

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    1. British Council.jpg best_blueberry | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      healthy_hurricane's comment 08 Nov 2021

      Yes, animal production produces gases, as you mentioned in the example, methane, which leads to global warming, so it is a very sound talk.

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  • British Council.jpg active_fact | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Nov 2021

    Remember that alone you can make a limited impact. But together we will inevitably make a real difference in order to save the life of our planet. Let's gather efforts and enlighten minds that are ignorant of the scale of the problem that climate change suffers from, which will inevitably have an impact and will affect more and more dangerously on us and our lives. And it will affect our food already 'perhaps' We appreciate the extent of the suffering that will result as a result of our neglect and waste of our food 'We as individuals do not have the ability to make a fateful decision, but it is imperative that we contribute to what is in our hands, which is our food, through which we can do a lot more' to reduce the danger that threatens our future and the future of our children. We think about our destiny in our goals And also in our rights to have healthy food and a more healthy climate. Perhaps what we have in our hands will be the youth of our sculptor, if we think about how to make of it a life for us and our future. “It is our human behavior that put us in the category of danger and threat and perhaps we can save the rest of the few. We do not want our land and our climate to be like The myths and myths that we see in horror films. We do not want them to be realistic that will destroy us and destroy us. And human rights It is the right to food 'The land is the key to the solution' and we have what makes us resist the danger, let us revive the climate again with our hands, our minds and our thoughts against the danger of the environment 'Let us think and think and come up with solutions, perhaps we have mercy on our land from the danger we made with our own hands.

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  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    08 Nov 2021

    I will do Microbes in dinners, since, supposing that I convert something that individuals believe is terrible and just brings medical conditions, I can change their perspective, thus I can release their psyches to consider how to transform the antagonistic into the positive, and this will help us despite environmental change, Where we can exploit natural issues and address them in a manner that presents to us a decent profit from individuals in all regards, and this will expand the pace of development, where their familiarity with ecological issues will urge them to imagine on the grounds that they don't need the circumstance to take them to a way from which they don't have the foggiest idea how to get out. Need is the mother of innovation.

    I won't gorge on kissing bugs, on the grounds that I don't know about this bug and its impact on my wellbeing as a person. I don't have a clue how solid my invulnerability is to eating these creepy crawlies, And I additionally don't ensure that it won't send an illness to me, or it might cause an imperfection in crafted by the gadgets in my body, and regardless of whether researchers exploration and revelation, I should likewise take the boycott, Perhaps the researchers cautioned us against eating a bug since it is unsafe, however one of us differ and it didn't show any aftereffects from the start, so he encouraged everybody to eat it, and maybe this will deliver an infection, Like the COVID Infection, the world will sit defenseless for a little while and stop its monetary exercises and quit contemplating and make ages that rely upon cheating to succeed, and this causes an inherent deformity in the public arena that is hard to address, which prompts its demise.

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  • British Council.jpg enchanted_turkey | School of Excellence Sector-23 Rohini | India
    08 Nov 2021

    Which wouldn't you?
    I wouldn't go ahead with the idea of binge on bugs. This particular solution sort of transfers the problem of over consumption from one species to another. Any sudden surge in consumption can potentially create an imbalance in the nature and food chain.

    Which would you?
    Leftovers for lunch are the ultimate solution. With this we are countering the problem of food management and greenhouse emissions simultaneously. It is much more doable, convincing and promising.

    Which one is easiest to persuade?
    Evidently it is leftovers for lunch.
    Since childhood, kids are taught to not waste food, take as required and respect food. It is the basic deed every person is accustomed with which makes it more persuasive. The convincing part is avoidable and requires only plausible procedure and methods to inform the population with

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    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      enchanted_turkey's comment 08 Nov 2021

      Well done for following the advice in the post, enchanted_turkey!

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  • British Council.jpg champion_seed | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Nov 2021

    Bacteria were used in the past in the production of foods / for example, I used bacteria in lactic acid, which is used in the process of extracting milk products such as yogurt, cheese, butter and other dairy products ... I will work on bacteria in meals, which people think is harmful and bad, but if they By hearing the good things about her, they will change their minds. … Health and beneficial titles should be launched. Bacteria, and when they hear that bacteria offer all the benefits, they will say that scientists have been able to turn the harmful thing into useful. Think rationality, not point of view.

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  • Ormiston-Bushfield-logo-250x250.jpg hilarious_wasp | Ormiston Bushfield Academy B | United Kingdom
    08 Nov 2021

    I would chose leftovers for lunch because then you dont need to buy more food for lunch and then at dinner u wont be wasting food and making something different dinner and chucking it in the bin.

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  • British Council.jpg alert_ostrich | Asmaa Prep School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    08 Nov 2021

    i would To choose the residue of food, because it is a good choice for many, It's a big problem for the world since old time , and we can most accept it, because it is inexpensive, and is not tired, but i Which is not the best work is Binge on Bugs because, is not one of the best options for me, or for most, but it is also a good choice, and the world doesn't want to adhere to one solution, it is good to make more than a solution to comply with a lot of people, We will, we can solve the largest number of problems not only global warming we need to show our view to people.

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  • British Council.jpg smart_theory | Start-Rite Schools | Nigeria
    08 Nov 2021

    I think that the leftovers for lunch option are the most convenient option because it gives the public freedom of variety. In my opinion, leftovers are better than the real thing because in some cases, reheating leftovers can bring out even more flavor, foods like soup, stew, and casseroles are perfect examples of this.
    Now in terms of environmental changes, if we don't eat our (yummy) leftovers then we would be wasting food, and when accumulated can produce methane which is more toxic than carbon dioxide and worsens global warming.

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    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      smart_theory's comment 08 Nov 2021

      A very good point, smart_theory!

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    2. British Council.jpg healthy_antelope | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      smart_theory's comment 09 Nov 2021

      I agree with you that leftovers are the easiest and most economical solution, but when you reheat food there are foods that become dangerous and may cause poisoning, meaning they will not increase their deliciousness!!! Also, fresh food is often better than food that is heated because it is not exposed to high heat more than once,Where from my point of view I prefer to eat food fresh because I think it has more nutritional properties than food that is heated,Where, for example, chicken is not preferable to heat it because it contains a high percentage of proteins that can turn into toxic substances after heating!! And when it accumulates, it produces methane, I think that there is a solution to this problem, which is to educate the individual to meet his needs only , And how might throwing away his leftover food affect the future of humanity, and how wasting it could get him into material problems in the future and the present,And there is another option, where if he cooks a large percentage, he can distribute it to the poor or neighbors, and thus we enhance the spirit of friendship among the community

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  • British Council.jpg excellent_glacier | Government Girls H/S 41 WB Vehari | Pakistan
    08 Nov 2021

    call The easiest way to convince the public of leftovers is to give everyone a choice and let everyone decide for themselves what they want to eat and what they don't want to do. I think it's because you can. Follow his diet by reducing meat, buying food directly from farmers instead of producers, eating grains, vegetables and fruits instead of lean meat, growing your own fruits and vegetables, and advocating for veganism. I don't think this is the problem. Because it's not difficult to change weekly.

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  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Nov 2021

    THE CHALLENGE

    I feel that the least demanding choice to persuade the general population of is extra food, since this decision is in everybody's grasp, and everybody can conclude what he needs to eat and what he needs to abstain from.
    Through alterations to his food, For Example, diminishing meat and purchasing food straightforwardly from ranchers rather than the maker, just as eating grains, vegetables and natural products as an option in contrast to red meat, developing his own products of the soil, and focusing on a sans meat vegetarian day consistently I figure he won't have an issue since it is easy.

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  • British Council.jpg convivial_vegetable | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Nov 2021

    In my opinion, leftover food is better than the real thing because it is the easiest option to convince the public because it is in everyone's hands and the hungry can decide what they want to eat and what they don't want to eat. The methane that can be foundMore toxic than carbon dioxide and increases global warming..

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  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Nov 2021

    I feel that the extras for lunch choice are the most helpful choice since it gives the public opportunity of assortment.
    As I would see it, extras are superior to the genuine article on the grounds that sometimes, warming extras can bring out significantly more character, food varieties like soup, stew, and dishes are ideal instances of this.

    Presently as far as ecological changes, assuming we don't eat our (yummy) extras we would squander food, and when amassed can deliver methane which is more harmful than carbon dioxide and demolishes an Earth-wide temperature boost.

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  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Nov 2021

    Lessening the utilization of hamburger and dairy and zeroing in on vegetarianism: since cows and dairy cows produce methane gas, and their rearing adds to expanding an Earth-wide temperature boost.

    I won't lessen a great deal of greasy food since it is helpful in certain things I will pick choice 1 since it shields us well from sicknesses.

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  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    09 Nov 2021

    Which Wouldn't You?

    I wouldn't proceed with gorge on bugs. This specific arrangement kind of moves the issue of over utilization starting with one animal types then onto the next. Any unexpected flood in utilization might conceivably make an awkwardness in the nature and evolved way of life.

    Which Would You?

    Extras for lunch are a definitive arrangement. With this we are countering the issue of food the board and nursery emanations at the same time. It is considerably more feasible, persuading and promising.

    Which One Is Most Straightforward To Convince?

    Obviously it is extras for lunch.

    Since adolescence, kids are instructed to not squander food, take as required and regard food. It is the essential deed each individual is acclimated with which makes it more influential. The persuading part is avoidable and requires just conceivable system and techniques to illuminate the populace with.

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  • British Council.jpg humble_piano | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    09 Nov 2021

    I think that the food waste option is the most appropriate option to reduce the problem, because the accumulation of food leftovers in abundance leads to the production of methane gas, which negatively affects the environment and increases the problem of global warming, which increases the problem of climate change. This problem can be solved through awareness campaigns. For example, I will be stuck in my school Panels that include the risks of climate change, then put forward the causes of climate change, including food waste, ways to reduce food waste and its risks, and scientific evidence that proves that food waste negatively affects the environment, whether in its accumulation or heating.The thing that I do not want to use is insects because I do not know how dangerous they are and their impact on the human body, so I will not use them. I also think that this idea will not be convinced by people because most people do not like to eat insects.

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  • Cheam Fields logo alert_writer | Cheam Fields Primary Academy A | United Kingdom
    09 Nov 2021

    I would eat leftovers because it is a waste of food if i didn't, the food will not go off and for every 3kg of food wasted, 23kg of carbon emissions are let out. Leftovers are not necessarily bad, and they do not need to be thrown away in your careless attitude.
    I would not eat bugs because it may decrease the population of bugs in areas, and bugs are environmentally friendly. The number of bugs around the world could decrease with so many people eating them, and it would eventually trigger another disaster.

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    1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
      alert_writer's comment 10 Nov 2021

      Can you think of a way that eating bugs could be done in a sustainable way, alert_writer?

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    2. Bruntcliffe-logo-250x250.jpg openminded_history | Bruntcliffe Academy | United Kingdom
      alert_writer's comment 10 Nov 2021

      I agree because eating bugs will decrease their population we need bugs because they are essential for some animals like birds to survive.

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  • British Council.jpg champion_forest | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Nov 2021

    Is eating insects useful or not? Some people have a phobia of insects and others like to eat insects very much, as if they were a main meal. In some countries, it is allowed to eat insects and sell them in the markets, such as the European Court and Paris, which makes restaurants for insects only .Some scientists say that it is rich in protein, and some countries prefer insects over beef .From my point of view some insects transmit many diseases such as Covid 19 and yellow fever so that healthy food must be eaten to prevent disease.

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    1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
      champion_forest's comment 10 Nov 2021

      FACT CHECK: please be careful about sharing information without checking it. It is not true that insects can spread covid-19. It is also not true that people catch yellow fever by eating insects.

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  • British Council.jpg blissful_flight | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Nov 2021

    I should take microbes in meals. Because the rate of greenhouse gas emission through this category of food is very low and the abundance of the eatable microbes is plenty in our country. They are used in our daily life as food like bread is made from one kind of fungi named yeast. Now a days, a kind of mushroom named Agaricus is used as fancy food. It is also one kind of fungi. Again these foods are also tasty. From above benefits, I think, choosing microbes as meal is a great choice. I would try to avoid beef or lamb because these foods are more responsible of greenhouse gas emission than any other animal producted food.
    Extra challenge: I believe, left over for lunch would be easiest to persuade the general public to do than other two options. Because left over foods are eatable unless people have the intention to wasted. In many countries, people don't want to eat bugs or microbes because of their psych,religious belief or the taste of the insects. It would take more time to make them eat this kind of food as their daily food habit. Rather if we can make them eat their leftovers, it will be a quick solution for the environment and climate change.

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    1. Ericka Shin.jpg Ericka @ The Economist
      blissful_flight's comment 11 Nov 2021

      Thanks for your submission, blissful_flight! I noticed you mentioned that it'll be more difficult to persuade people to eat microbes or insects for various reasons, including religious beliefs. Can you provide an example of a religion that prohibits eating microbes or insects?

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      1. British Council.jpg blissful_flight | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
        Ericka @ The Economist's comment 12 Nov 2021

        Thank you for your support, Madam.As I know, Jain is a religion that prevents injuring small insects and micro organisms and also prevents the entire plant getting uprooted. The Jain cuisine is actually lacto vegetarian.

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  • British Council.jpg bright_conversation | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Nov 2021

    Which would you?
    shift of human diets from animal meat to insects . Because It has a beneficial effect on the environment and ecosystems. Insect consumption could help meet the growing demand for valuable proteins worldwide. As a possible replacement for animal protein, edible insects could increasingly be used as human food. Global food demand that will increase over time. So I think this is the best option. Everything new takes time to get used to, and people will get used to and become normal

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  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    10 Nov 2021

    I should take microorganisms in dinners. Since the pace of ozone harming substance discharge through this classification of food is extremely low and the wealth of the consumable organisms is a lot in our country. They are utilized in our day to day existence as food like bread is produced using one sort of parasites named yeast. Presently a days, a sort of mushroom named Agaricus is utilized as extravagant food. It is additionally one sort of parasites. Again these food sources are likewise scrumptious. From above benefits, I think, picking microorganisms as dinner is an incredible decision. I would attempt to stay away from meat or sheep in light of the fact that these food sources are more dependable of ozone harming substance discharge than some other creature producted food.

    Additional test: I accept, left over for lunch would be most straightforward to convince the overall population to do than other two choices. Since left over food varieties are edible except if individuals have the expectation to squandered. In numerous nations, individuals would rather not eat bugs or microorganisms in light of their psych,religious conviction or the flavor of the bugs. It would require some investment to cause them to eat this sort of food as their day by day food propensity. Rather in the event that we can cause them to eat their extras, it will be a fast answer for the climate and environmental change.

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    1. Bruntcliffe-logo-250x250.jpg openminded_history | Bruntcliffe Academy | United Kingdom
      entrepreneurial_guitar's comment 10 Nov 2021

      I disagree because the fact of eating fungus instead of meat is bad because how much nutrition would you get from just fungus.

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      1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
        openminded_history's comment 10 Nov 2021

        Could you do some research about how the nutritional value of meat and fungus compares to evidence your claim?

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  • British Council.jpg fulfilled_peach | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Nov 2021

    We suggest that in order to reduce food waste, there are several ways for leftovers because they can be used in a number of ways including donating them to food banks or charities. There is another way to prevent food residues from reaching the landfill by using it as an organic fertilizer in the gardens. This increases the nutrients inside the soil and improves the growth of plants.
    How to reduce food waste!?
    1.Shop smart and realistic . 2.Store food correctly .
    3.Plan your daily meals .
    4.Be creative in cooking. 5.Keep leftovers well .
    6.Know the expiration date .

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  • Bruntcliffe-logo-250x250.jpg openminded_history | Bruntcliffe Academy | United Kingdom
    10 Nov 2021

    I would eat leftovers because if you do not eat them you are wasting food you could make a lot of new meals with the remains of old ones. For example if you have eaten your dinner with fries you could put that with your next meal.

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  • British Council.jpg blissful_music | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Nov 2021

    I think that the option of leftovers for food is the most appropriate option because it gives the public freedom of diversity, and because this choice is in everyone's hands, everyone can decide the type of food and what he will eat and what he wants to abstain from, such as reducing meat and buying vegetables and fruits directly from farmers instead of receiving them from factories and now regarding the change The environment If we don't eat our (yummy) leftovers, one way is to stop wasting food because the food that gets thrown away degrades in landfills and emits methane. ,.

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  • British Council.jpg blissful_music | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Nov 2021

    We can help by eating fewer meat products and eating more food that use bacteria in production . Because the rate of greenhouse gas emissions through this category of food is very low and the abundance of edible microbes is abundant in our country, examples of beneficial bacteria are yogurt, sauerkraut, miso soup, soft cheese, kefir milk, sourdough bread, curd, pickled cucumber.

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  • British Council.jpg digital_currant | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    10 Nov 2021

    Preparing food at home and making it fresh is better and healthier for us and the environment as leftover food can be stored in the fridge and used for another meal.

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  • British Council.jpg champion_seed | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    11 Nov 2021

    (Food leftovers, according to my expectations) Every year, about a third of the food we produce in our world is lost, and limiting purchases to it is essential to help reduce waste :: That's when I went to my menu and had to stick to it. And choose the ugly and hateful vegetables and fruits that have been thrown away, that their taste is the same, and it may even be better, know the difference between the date “the best before” often Sometimes the food remains valid for a few medium periods of time that tells you the time when the food is not good * But you have to pay attention when it is spoiled and inedible and its date is expired * and the date should put the food in front of the refrigerator so that it was bought quickly and put the new one in the back because it stays in long periods of its time longer, recruit the leftovers, and prepare it in another meal to eat it in the day Next, beware, you have to remember when you waste food, you waste all the resources such as water, energy, and others that were used to make and transport it..

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  • Ormiston-Bushfield-logo-250x250.jpg miraculous_snow | Ormiston Bushfield Academy B | United Kingdom
    11 Nov 2021

    I choose to eat leftovers for lunch, for multiple reasons. The first reason is because leftovers are very handy and you don’t have to go buy anything extra to have them for lunch. The second reason, which links to the first one, is you don’t waste. All that food that is wasted could be used and eating, which not only would help for saving money, but also for helping climate change. ‘For every 3kg leftover food that is thrown away, 23kg are released as it decays.’ This 23kg could make a huge difference to climate change, saving not the just the inhabitants, but also the planet. Therefore, the reason it will help to stop food waste is because you don't need to throw away food if it is not palatable ,and will not waste any money or extra preparation.This could be very beneficial in many ways.

    I wouldn’t choose the binge on bugs, because I find bugs very repulsive and their texture is not a very pleasant one, by what I have seen/ heard. Another reason is because of bacteria, or poisonous ones. Firstly, they roll around in dirt and on the ground , meaning they have collected some bacteria, which wouldn’t be very healthy. Secondly, some can be poisonous, or have poisonous parts of them, meaning if you by accident or somehow unfortunately ate such one, you would get poisoned. My final reason is that I don’t think that bugs will feed me as they are quite small, and don’t have much taste. I have never eaten bugs, so this is from my point of view, therefore I cannot be 100% sure that they are tasteless.

    Challenge: Finally to finish of, I think that leftovers for lunch would be the easiest to persuade the general public to eat, since many people already eat leftovers for lunch already, and are on handy. They also sound the most appetizing out of the three, as I do not think that if you asked someone to eat bugs or leftovers, they would pick bugs. As well as this, most people are used to eating leftovers, because they are basically normal food, just made the night before. In addition, leftovers have a huge variety, as it is what someone has made for dinner, so it could be anything, and would be something the person likes.

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    1. tom Tom @ Topical Talk
      miraculous_snow's comment 12 Nov 2021

      Lots of good reasons given here, miraculous_snow, thank you for sharing with us!

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  • British Council.jpg dynamic_bilberry | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    11 Nov 2021

    Food waste is a serious problem as food waste leads to the emission of greenhouse gases and contributes to climate change. Food waste can be reduced by planning meals in advance and buying only what we need and also practicing proper food storage. There are many solutions, including:
    1- Pickled watermelon peel
    2- Cut the toast, so if we have an old loaf of bread, we don't need to throw it away, and instead we can prepare it in the form of delicious toast.
    3- stalks of leafy greens Instead of getting rid of the stalks of leafy greens, we can save the stalks and benefit from them, and also they help reduce food waste
    4- Leaves of beets, carrots, radishes, and these vegetables are ignored by most people, although they are very useful. They are not only edible and nutritious, but they are also multi-use5- Fruit peel jam Instead of throwing fruit peels, we can take advantage of them as we preserve them and make delicious and delicious jam from them
    6- Citrus peels, as citrus peels absorb unpleasant odors, so they are an excellent addition to home air fresheners.
    You see, my friends, there are many ways to benefit from leftover food, including the ways I just described to you. Allow me to give you some advice and awareness: This much waste causes poverty and an urgent need for food. When food is wasted in this way, we will not have food to eat, and thus poverty will spread in Our country is unbelievably weak and thus the politics and economy of our country will weaken, then we will feel the value of these great treasures and we will understand that we have been wasted to a great extent, and then we will do our best to reach them and we will swim to the depths of the sea to reach these crystal treasuresAnd then we will preserve them well and take good care of them. My message to them is: I hope you will understand the value of these crystal treasures and that you will then understand what was the intention behind this famous proverb “Necessity is the mother of invention.”

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  • British Council.jpg excellent_snow | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    12 Nov 2021

    I will make robots that get rid of food leftovers because they cause global warming. Of course, these robots will do a beautiful job and a heavy work. They will get rid of food leftovers that produce global warming, and they will guide people to eat useful and healthy food, and they will stay away from fast food, especially chips, chocolate, burgers, pizza and soft drinks. Now we are going to interview someone who is interested in my idea of ​​being vegan. What do you not want???? I want to get rid of the idea of ​​throwing food leftovers. what do you want ??? Preserving food We do not have to waste food if you do not want your food to donate to the poor, as they need it a lot. Which is easier to persuade? ? second course; Because not to waste food they teach us in schools and our parents taught us and all people. What is your idea My idea matches your idea Robots is a solution
    True and distinguished and helps people in a lot of business, you agree with me. Yes, I really agree with you. Thank you for meeting with us. So we do a lot of things about not wasting food. See you soon.

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  • British Council.jpg affable_opinion | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Nov 2021

    I should take microorganisms in food. Since the charge of nursery fuel outflow through this class of suppers could be extremely low and the plenitude of the edible microorganisms is a lot in our U. S . A .. They are utilized in our consistently presence as food like bread is produced using one kind of organisms named yeast. Presently a days, a type of mushroom named Agaricus is utilized as extravagant suppers. It is moreover one type of parasites.

    Again those dinners are additionally scrumptious. From above benefits, I think, choosing organisms as dinner is an extraordinary longing. I could attempt to stay away from red meat or sheep because of the reality these fixings are more capable of nursery fuel outflow than some other creature delivered dinners. Extras for lunch are the last reply. With this we are countering the issue of food the board and nursery outflows simultaneously. It is a ton extra feasible, persuading and promising.

    Presently in expressions of natural changes, assuming we don't eat up our (yummy) extras we'd lose food, and when assembled can create methane that is more toxic than carbon dioxide and demolishes an Earth-wide temperature boost.

    Additional endeavor: I trust, left over for lunch could be most straightforward to impact the larger part to do than other two other options. Since left over fixings are edible except if individuals have the reason to squandered. In numerous countries, individuals would rather not burn-through bugs or organisms due to their psych, strict thought or the kind of the bugs. It would require some investment to cause them to burn-through this type of suppers as their day by day food reliance. Rather in the event that we can make them burn-through their extras, it will probably be a fast answer for the environmental factors and environment exchange.

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  • British Council.jpg valuable_tennis | Pabna Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Nov 2021

    I will do Microbes in dinners, since, supposing that I convert something that individuals believe is terrible and just brings medical conditions, I can change their perspective, thus I can release their psyches to consider how to transform the pessimistic into the positive, and this will help us even with environmental change, Where we can exploit natural issues and tackle them in a manner that presents to us a decent profit from individuals in all regards, and this will build the pace of creation, Where their consciousness of ecological issues will urge them to imagine in light of the fact that they don't need the circumstance to take them to a way from which they don't have the foggiest idea how to get out. Need is the mother of innovation.

    I won't gorge on blood suckers, since I don't know about this creepy crawly and its impact on my wellbeing as a person. I don't have the foggiest idea how solid my insusceptibility is to eating these creepy crawlies, And I additionally don't ensure that it won't communicate an illness to me, or it might cause an imperfection in crafted by the gadgets in my body, and regardless of whether researchers examination and revelation, I should likewise take the boycott, Perhaps the researchers cautioned us against eating a bug since it is hurtful, however one of us differ and it didn't show any secondary effects from the start, so he encouraged everybody to eat it, and maybe this will deliver an infection, Like the Corona infection, the world will sit powerless for a little while and stop its monetary exercises and quit contemplating and make ages that rely upon cheating to succeed, and this causes an inherent deformity in the public arena that is hard to tackle, which prompts its demise.

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  • British Council.jpg entrepreneurial_guitar | Mirzapur Cadet College | Bangladesh
    13 Nov 2021

    I decide to have extras for lunch, for quite some time. The principal reason is on the grounds that extras are extremely helpful and you dont need to go purchase anything extra to have them for lunch. The subsequent explanation, which connects to the first, is you dont squander. All that food that is squandered could be utilized and eating, which not exclusively would help for setting aside cash, yet additionally for aiding environmental change. For each 3kg extra food that is discarded, 23kg are delivered as it rots. This 23kg could have a colossal effect to environmental change, saving not the simply the occupants, but rather additionally the planet. Thusly, the explanation it will assist with halting food squander is on the grounds that you don't have to discard food in case it isn't attractive ,and won't squander any cash or extra preparation.This could be extremely valuable in numerous ways.

    I wouldnt pick the gorge on bugs, since I find messes with extremely ghastly and their surface is certifiably not an exceptionally charming one, by what I have seen/heard. Another explanation is a direct result of microorganisms, or toxic ones. First and foremost, they roll around in soil and on the ground , which means they have gathered a few microbes, which wouldnt be exceptionally solid. Besides, some can be toxic, or have harmful pieces of them, which means if you unintentionally or some way or another lamentably ate such one, you would get harmed. My last explanation is that I dont feel that bugs will take care of me as they are minuscule, and dont have a lot of taste. I have never eaten bugs, so this is according to my perspective, consequently I can't be 100% certain that they are boring.

    Challenge: Finally to complete of, I feel that extras for lunch would be the least demanding to convince the overall population to eat, since many individuals as of now have extras for lunch as of now, and are on helpful. They likewise solid the most appealing out of the three, as I don't believe that if you requested that somebody eat bugs or extras, they would pick bugs. Just as this, the vast majority are accustomed to eating extras, since they are fundamentally ordinary food, just made the prior night. Likewise, extras have an enormous assortment, as it is the thing that somebody has made for supper, so it very well may be anything, and would be something the individual preferences.

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  • British Council.jpg supportive_tradition | Rafah Prep Girls B | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Nov 2021

    Growing microbes in food is a good solution and plays a role in reducing heat emissions that contribute to mitigating the climate crisis.
    To be sure, most are unable to understand the relationship between microbes and greenhouse gas emissions (climate change).
    Well, microbes in food have a huge impact on climate change.
    OK (presumably).
    Suppose I, the owner of the food product, put microbes in the food. Surely you will say that microbes will make me sick.
    With that in mind, I'm going to make you change your point of view so that anything harmful can be turned into something useful, and you'll think about how to do it.
    Well, because in my opinion, there is nothing in the world that does not have a double-edged effect, both beneficial and harmful, because there are many problems that have led to an increase in our awareness As a climate problem that we consider harmful, but has worked to raise awareness of the effects and actions that we do and affect the environment and how to preserve it And other problems such as the Corona virus pandemic that have worked to increase the preservation of our societies as well as ourselves.
    The way leftovers eat food It is worth mentioning because wasting food has an impact on the environment and on food resources, because wasting food leads to wasting food, which leads to the spread of the problem of hunger. What is the problem with keeping leftovers and feeding them to people?
    But you find that some people think that eating leftovers is humiliating and degrading.
    Well, don't feed it to people. There are a lot of homeless animals. Leftovers can be collected and given to animal welfare organizations.
    But what's wrong with eating leftovers? There are a lot of people do not find a living.
    We can work on recycling it so that food is not like leftovers, but quality food with new ingredients, and because one can invent and invent new food ingredients from leftovers.
    This is better than food going to landfill and rotting and producing gases that lead to increased emissions of greenhouse gases such as methane.
    This is my view, but everyone has their own opinion.

    I know that food, even a small amount, is a blessing, because one day you will not find it, so make sure of that.
    As for insects, I shouldn't exaggerate and use them or put them inside food to prevent food waste or increase a person’s appetite for eating.It's normal that, because am I the one who discovered it or discovered its effect?! Or am I the one who did research on it?! But do I know enough information about it and its effect on my body?! Or do I know its harms and benefits?! Or am I (the scientist who recommends it or uses it)?!
    not me,
    Therefore, caution must be taken when using anything recommended, because there may be motives and even differences between scientists that led to the spread of this invention or innovation or even the information issued by them, as it may result in diseases, viruses and environmental problems such as Corona disease for which scientists have not found a cure So far, the climate crisis that has not found a solution.
    I know that around every invention there is an innovation that also has benefits and drawbacks .

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  • Graveney-logo-250x250.jpg best_insect | Graveney School | United Kingdom
    24 Nov 2021

    The one that I would have would be the leftovers for lunch and the one I wouldn't do would be bing on bugs.
    The reason for this is because food waste is a big problem so leftovers are a great solution. To me eating bugs seems gross and weird because i see bugs in the ground every day so eating them seems weird.

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  • Graveney-logo-250x250.jpg encouraging_elderberry | Graveney School | United Kingdom
    24 Nov 2021

    I would use microbes in meals because they are nutrition filled and can create a more global friendly way to cook and produce our food which is a massive contributor to climate change. Animal products use too much water to be sustainable and the amount of deforestation taking place to accommodate farming purely for livestock to eat is appalling. However there are drawbacks, fungi and other things like mosses are amazingly useful for breaking down dead plants and leaves which would poison and kill young plants without being broken down. If meat was replaced by fungi or mushrooms, there would be mass production as people start to require meat substitutes and more and more plants would not survive the decaying layer of dead leaves and plants.

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  • British Council.jpg appreciative_pear | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    07 Dec 2021

    I think that every problem has a solution, as the problem of food waste has a solution. Make a list of the things you need

    1- Make sure to buy only what you need

    While bulk shopping can be both cost and time efficient, it is not certain that you will use everything you will buy and you will end up throwing away not only food, but your money as well.

    2- Store food properly

    This is the first and essential step in reducing food waste at home. Storing food properly in the refrigerator and in appropriate containers and jars will help you keep food fresh and ensure it does not rot.
    3- Always use the freezer

    The freezer is one of the best ways to eliminate food waste, as you can put your leftovers in storage boxes and keep them until you use them again.

    4- Reuse leftovers

    Use leftover tomatoes, zucchini, potatoes or carrots to make a delicious vegetable soup, or use an electric juicer to make a refreshing family drink from leftover fruit.

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  • British Council.jpg appreciative_pear | Shouka Prep Girls School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    13 Dec 2021

    I think there are solutions to reduce food waste. There are many ways to mitigate the problem of food waste including shopping smartly by making a detailed shopping list of required ingredients and avoiding excessive buying - keeping an eye on the expiration date of food and putting new foods behind and old foods on top.
    Don't throw away leftovers, as they can be used to prepare new meals, or stick to storing them in an appropriate way for reuse at a later time.

    Not increasing the amount of food in the dish, so the person must put the amount he needs without increasing, this contributes to controlling the calories consumed and limits the amount of food that is wasted.



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