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What is sustainble food production?
Food production that can carry on through generations.
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What is intensive farming?
Farming to get the best yeild without worrying too much for the animals.
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Intensive farming- How?
Contolled condiditons. Monitored.
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Intensive farming- Why?
More product, less cost.
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Intensive farming- Examples?
Battery farms. Fish farming.
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Intensive farming- Benefits?
More moeny. Use less land. Cheaper. Less deforestation. Human population growing.
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Intensive farming- Problems?
Spread of disease. Moral reasons (quality of life). Power/energy. Smells.
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Fishing:
Not sustainable (atm), Overfishing.
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Limitations/ restrictions on fishing?
Quotas- catch a certain amount per day. Bigger nets- allow the young fish to mature.
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producing foos can be made more efficient by...?
Reducing the number of stages in a food chain. Restricting the energy lost by livestock.
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