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Food from source to sale

Food from source to sale

Food from source to sale. What choices can we make to reduce carbon dioxide?. Food choices. How does the food you eat add to climate change?. Food packaging. Food miles. Processed foods. Out of town shopping. CO 2. Climate change and the food you eat.

By elga
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Kindred

Kindred

Kindred. Octavia Butler. Octavia Butler. June 22, 1947-Feb. 24, 2006 Dyslexic Born in CA Wrote Kindred in response to reading a bad sci-fi movie, Devil Girl from Mars Died after falling and striking her head at age 58. Themes (very important!). Trauma and historical memory Power

By toni
(189 views)

From the deep roots of our story to “Something New”

From the deep roots of our story to “Something New”

From the deep roots of our story to “Something New”. Collaboration. W e , Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, rooted in God and in the Gospel, stand together and courageously commit ourselves to enter into the joys, hopes, griefs, and anxieties of the people of this world.

By daisy
(144 views)

Journal

Journal

Journal . Why is knowledge power? According to “Teenagers Preparing for the Real World”p.39 What reality do teenagers have to face? Why? What choices are listed in the chapter titled “Out of the Ordinary” Which one would you chose? Why?. Social and Emotional Development. Journal

By jerry
(131 views)

Community Resource Exchange Strengthening New York’s Communities

Community Resource Exchange Strengthening New York’s Communities

Community Resource Exchange Strengthening New York’s Communities. The Staten Island Foundation Contingency Planning and Community Building for Staten Island Not-for-Profit Organizations Breakfast Roundtable #1: Determining What Is Core Programming. Meeting Opening. Session Objectives.

By tannar
(125 views)

Healthy Eating, Healthy You!

Healthy Eating, Healthy You!

Healthy Eating, Healthy You!. Jennifer French, MPH student Walden University PUBH 6165-3 Instructor: Dr. Rubin Howard Spring Quarter, 2010. What is Nutrition? . References: www.images.google. com www.meriam-webster.com. The Healthy Eating Pyramid.

By parson
(226 views)

A Micro-Level Analysis of Violent Conflict Synthesis and Reflections

A Micro-Level Analysis of Violent Conflict Synthesis and Reflections

A Micro-Level Analysis of Violent Conflict Synthesis and Reflections. Patricia Justino Director, MICROCON IDS, 30 June 2011. www.microconflict.eu Twitter: @microconflict #microconflict. Key lessons. Ordinary people matter People are more than victims: the importance of agency

By bebe
(74 views)

HUM-102 First Year Experience

HUM-102 First Year Experience

Section 05 Day 5. HUM-102 First Year Experience. Introduction. On Course Journals Part 1 Technical issues 2 MIA, 2 I can’t read, 1 wrong assignment, 2 uploaded 3 files instead of one 6 got the process right Part 2 due in one week Passport activities Progress?

By gazit
(121 views)

Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Vocabulary. Genre – a category in which a work of literature is classified Elements of Plot- exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution: The series of events in a story. Characterization- the way a writer creates and develops characters

By jonco
(96 views)

Ethics and ethical systems: GENERAL 14 January

Ethics and ethical systems: GENERAL 14 January

COMP 381. Ethics and ethical systems: GENERAL 14 January. What is ethics ?. philosophical study of morality Investigation of the nature, causes, or principles of reality, knowledge, or values, based on logical reasoning rather than empirical methods. .

By cora
(71 views)

New Imperialism

New Imperialism

New Imperialism. Responses to Modernity:. “Old Imperialism”-vs “New Imperialism”. “OLD” Occurred between 16th and 18th centuries Set up trading companies along establish trading routes in the world To intercept goods, and gain tax money and monopoly over goods

By shauna
(135 views)

WORK – LIFE - BALANCE

WORK – LIFE - BALANCE

WORK – LIFE - BALANCE. Over-committed Career Counselors: Walking the Tightrope of Work Life Balance. MCDA Spring Conference April 20, 2012. Presented by: Darren Kaltved, M.Ed. Barb Laporte, M.A. Agenda . Define work / life balance Prioritize values Assess your current situation

By tudor
(335 views)

c ulture day design c hallenge

c ulture day design c hallenge

c ulture day design c hallenge. Spring 2014. t he task. Split into groups of 2-3 Create a design for a wearable smart device Capture the process and the solution Think about features/function, usability, and design Brainstorm All ideas are good, none are bad

By lel
(88 views)

What is Rhetoric?

What is Rhetoric?

What is Rhetoric? . AP LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION Ms. Kennedy 2012-2013. Which is an example of rhetoric? . “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.” . A bad rep…. Rhetoric, defined: .

By jania
(125 views)

Author’s Purpose Notes

Author’s Purpose Notes

Author’s Purpose Notes. Author’s Purpose = why he/she is writing, what he/she is trying to achieve . Can be more than one, but usually one main purpose Examples : To inform or explain To persuade , convince To express thoughts/ feelings To entertain. How do you figure it out?.

By morley
(202 views)

Coursework project (i.e. The Case)

Coursework project (i.e. The Case)

Coursework project (i.e. The Case). The purpose of the coursework project is to improve your ability to carry out a research project using quantitative methods We employ an article case and your role is to complete the empirical parts that are missing from the paper

By devlin
(141 views)

Discernment: what shall I choose?

Discernment: what shall I choose?

Discernment: what shall I choose? . What helps you to make the right decisions in your life?. St Ignatius of Loyola. Watch the movie. Summarise what happened to Ignatius. What did he discover? .

By marlie
(155 views)

How do you determine an author’s purpose?

How do you determine an author’s purpose?

How do you determine an author’s purpose?. How do you determine an author’s purpose ? AUTHOR’S PURPOSE = the author’s main reason for writing.

By cleta
(112 views)

Judicial Activism vs Judicial Review

Judicial Activism vs Judicial Review

Judicial Activism vs Judicial Review. As you come in…. Create a political cartoon or comic strip of the case Marbury vs. Madison. Be ready to share. What choices does the Supreme Court have when deciding on a case? Take an active role and do what they believe

By lorna
(541 views)

What are the five pillars of Islam?

What are the five pillars of Islam?

bellwork. What are the five pillars of Islam?. 5 minutes. The Spread of Islam. Read Section Ch. 9 . 2 Daily Quiz Ch.9.2 Notes x3 Trace, label, color Map on page 209 Extension: Brochure. The Spread of Islam. __________ was chosen as Muhammad’s successor- or __________.

By erasto
(97 views)

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