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Finally indicates Austen, Yes to organic agriculture, or better agro-ecology, we add a feed system local food production for the local market instead of the agro-export model imposed on the majority of the countries of the world by institutions like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, can downgrade even much more consumed energy by feeding the population. This is what is proposed for 10 years, la Via Campesina, the international peasant movement that represents millions of peasants, indigenous, small-scale farmers and rural workers in 69 countries around the world. In their struggle for food sovereignty, la Via Campesina claims the right of peoples to define their own policies on the production, distribution and consumption of foods to ensure healthy food to its population. If they chose policies that develop ecological agriculture and localized food and energy systems, there is the potential to save more than 50% of energy consumption and emissions of greenhouse gases. Incorporating renewable energy, could supply more energy than necessary and remove the dependency on fossil fuels be present, that the forms most basic and traditional food production such as displacement and the hunting and gathering agriculture, consume much less energy than which are obtained.

The most modern methods such as intensive beef and industrial fishing are very inefficient in its energy consumption, and sometimes consume up to 15 to 20 times more energy than what is achieved in the form of food.. environment-business. com industrial Eng., lawyer. EGADE (ITESM), UC, University of Chile, postgraduate master’s degrees in administration of companies mention markets, human resources; Quality and productivity; Doctoral education in Educacionprofesor holder and researcher Faces UC graduate Area. Program coordinator of postgraduate management quality and productivity, Faces, UC consultant – business advisory DEPROIMCAwww. environment-business. comEXATEC

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