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The study confirms the link between global warming and bread

The study confirms the link between global warming and bread

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The study confirms the link between global warming and bread

The study confirms the link between global warming and bread

Delicious breads vary in different parts of the world, from Middle Eastern bread to tortillas in Central America and injera in Ethiopia, but warnings about bread … 05.01.2022, Sputnik Arabic

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According to the British newspaper, The Independent, bread sales in the United Kingdom reach about 12 million loaves a day, with some studies claiming that food production and consumption account for almost a third of total greenhouse gas emissions, and that bread is a major component. Is it harmful to the environment? In a 2017 study by the University of Sheffield, the environmental impact of a bread starts from the field to the store because no part of the production process contributes to most of the greenhouse events. During analysis of the bread production cycle, researchers found that a loaf of bread emits about half a kilogram of carbon dioxide, and research shows that ammonium nitrate fertilizer used to grow wheat contributes about 43% to greenhouse gas emissions. The environmental concerns embedded in the products they buy, especially when it comes to food, are generally health or animal health. ”Goucher suggested that there may be awareness of contamination from plastic packaging. We have seen in every loaf of global warming the result of increasing fertilizer use in farmers’ fields. ” “Nitrous oxide gas is released when the large amount of energy needed to make fertilizers decomposes in the soil.” How can we reduce the environmental impact of bread? The results of this study show that the harmful effects of bread on the environment are the essential first step in reducing the amount of bread consumed, as about 24 million loaves of bread are eaten every day in the UK as a result of people not eating their bread on time, one-third. UK families agree to throw away food on a weekly basis, freezing fresh bread, prepared breads and rolls for a long time and eating as needed, taking them directly from the freezer and then frying them. One country is notable for reducing the consumption of three slices of bread per week per person in the UK. What is the impact of the agribusiness business? Horton added: “Our findings highlight an important part of the food security challenge, which is to address the major conflicts embedded in the agri-food system, whose primary goal is to make money rather than provide sustainable global food security.” With 100 million tons of fertilizer worldwide each year to support agricultural production, this is a big problem, and added, “But environmental impact is not a factor in the system, so there are currently no real incentives to reduce our dependence on fertilizer.” The New Scientist article explains how organic farms use more space for a loaf of bread than conventional farming, which is organic “dedicated to wildlife or used for bioenergy.” Roger Sylvester Bradley of ADAS, an agricultural research firm, says farmers collect nitrogen and “plant legumes that spread as green manure” in the fields. Nitrous oxide is still emitted, indicating that plowing the soil rich in organic matter releases a lot of carbon.

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There are many different types of delicious breads in different parts of the world, from bread in the Middle East to tortillas in Central America and injara in Ethiopia, but the warnings about bread are not limited to the health of the body, but rather the integrity of the ecosystem on this planet.

Share British newspaper “The Independent”In the United Kingdom, bread sales are about 12 million loaves a day, and some studies indicate that food production and consumption account for about a third of total greenhouse gas emissions, and that bread is a major component of those emissions.

How can bread be harmful to the environment?

In a 2017 study by the University of Sheffield, the environmental impact of a loaf of bread starts from the field to the store because no part of the production process contributes to most greenhouse gas emissions.

During analysis of the bread production cycle, the researchers found that a loaf of bread emits about half a kilogram of carbon dioxide, and research shows that ammonium nitrate fertilizer used in wheat cultivation contributes about 43% to greenhouse gas emissions.

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Dr Liam Koucher, who conducted the study, said: ‘Consumers are generally unaware of the environmental impacts on the products they buy, especially when it comes to food, and general concerns about health or animal welfare.

Coucher pointed out that there may be awareness of pollution caused by plastic packaging, but many will be surprised by the broader environmental impacts revealed in this study.

The author of the study noted that this condition is caused by “high levels of energy required to make fertilizers and nitrous oxide gas released during decomposition in the soil”.

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How to reduce the environmental impact of bread?

The study points out that reducing the size of bread is an essential first step in reducing the harm of bread to the environment, as about 24 million loaves of bread are discarded every day in the UK as a result of people not eating bread. At the time, one-third of households in the UK withdrew their food on a weekly basis based on accreditation.

The study suggests that pre-prepared breads and rolls should be frozen and eaten as needed, and taken directly out of the freezer and invested in a bread container that keeps the bread fresh for a long time. Fry them.

According to research by the charity RAP, if everyone in the UK reduced their intake of three slices of bread a week, the amount of bread the nation wastes would be significantly reduced.

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What about the impact of agribusiness?

Professor Peter Horton, associate professor of research at the University of Sheffield, noted that nitrogen use should be significantly reduced.

“Our findings highlight an important part of the Food Security Challenge, which addresses key conflicts within the agri-food system, whose primary goal is to make money rather than provide sustainable global food security,” Horton added.

Horton noted that the use of more than 100 million tons of fertilizer worldwide each year to support agricultural production is a major problem, “but the environmental impact has not been taken into account within the system, so there are currently no real incentives to reduce our levels. Fertility dependence.”

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Is organic bread the answer?

The New Scientist article explains how organic farms use more space for a loaf of bread compared to conventional agriculture that is “dedicated to wildlife or used for bio-energy.”

Roger Sylvester Bradley of ADAS, an agricultural research firm, says that as farmers collect nitrogen and spread it as “green manure” in the fields, nitrous oxide is released. Carbon.