First, the food lead to many improvements in health and taste. The food improved the way of life and more people ate the food because of its taste. Some countries in the Old World, like the Irish with their potatoes, went crazy with the new foods and added the foods to their staple crops. You could tell how much new food they were getting because some of the food would look like it didn’t belong in Europe. Since they were getting so much new food, they started cultivating in the New World with plant that’s were hard to grow in the Old World.
in miss dulz's account in document six it is seen that women were married to a rich Mexican farmers or happily and line prosperously. However rural Women shown in the 1987 newsletter and document seven or put under more pressure and generate more costs for the seeds fertilizers and pesticides. The initial for all the newly scientific crops was to provide peace and in trouble of hunger. In the graphs of document one into it can be seen the food production was skyrocketed. Dr. Norman Borlong an American agriculturalist involved in the green revolution says that the green revolution is to help allying countries and has generated a hope for new generations of men.
The crops helped to provide good food for the peasants of Europe and Ireland, helping to end the huge problem of famine. Crops that were brought form the Old World to the new, such as sugar, rice, and coffee help start new industries and markets. Livestock brought to the New World supplied power and meat. Horses helped the Spanish prepare for conquer of the native Indians. Sadly, diseases brought from the Old World wiped out many native civilizations in the New World.
As stated in course book, inventing new products or services also creates value (Brickley, Smith, & Zimmerman, 2009, p. 248). The increase in the demand for corn farming will increase the value of the land significantly and one could reap great profit if the knowledge is there. I think my colleagues are providing great advice but there is a great deal of information and knowledge missing in order for this investment to be successful. Entering a new business and investing can be very difficult. I think this may be a great purchase to operate a corn farmland but do not think the knowledge is in place to manufacture a corn-based ethanol.
I will discuss what can be done to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases with you shortly. If we make the decision to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases put out into our air, we are able to reduce global warming. Many people believe that in order to help save our environment, drastic adjustments in our daily lives need to be done, however, that is a common misconception. To prove this to you, I am going to tell you what can be done around the home in order to reduce the negative effects of global warming. There are many simple things that can be done around the
Ireland became so dependent on the white potato that when a potato blight raved the crops, Ireland experienced widespread famine. Europe experienced the most benefit from the exchange of foods and crops during this time; old world crops such as sugar, coffee, soybeans, oranges, and bananas could be cultivated in new world climates which fueled the demand for these crops . This increased the available supply of food and significantly dropped the prices, allowing the general population access leading to the adoption of new foods in all parts of the world. Perhaps the most beneficial crop discovery in the new world was the
In document 3, Harry Truman states that the developing countries not only need but also deserve the support of the developed countries to improve living conditions, food supply, disease control, and economic life. The significance of this article is that the author never states that the Green Revolution is the solution, he only points out that there is a problem and that the developed countries are what can solve it. Document 10 states that the nature of the seed the people of Latin America had been growing for thousands of years has lost respect due to the imposition of the Green Revolution. He later says how the revolution contaminated the seeds as well as the over all environment. The significance of this document is that the author is explaining how the Green Revolution has affected small countries and peoples in a bad manner and that the revolution did not help their situation.
Jeremy Rodriguez 801 Genetically Modified Food With an ever-growing population and the problems of world hunger, there has been a high demand for an increased food supply and a better food supply.with the more gm foods we grow the more gm foods go into the market, and the more they go in the market the the less it cost.Believe it or not,we have been consuming genetically modified foods for over a decade now. The substance that carries genes along its strands, has never been more successful. GM foods are modified for advantageous reasons such as: improved pest resistance, herbicide tolerance, disease resistance, cold tolerance, drought tolerance, nutrition, and pharmaceutical use. Some even find this advance as a plausible approach to ending world hunger found pervasive in developing countries. I believe that gm foods are GOOD and can benefit all of us.
Genetically Engineered Foods Food is the esscence of life and without it, life would fail to exist; however, the wrong nature of food can lead to the same fatal outcome. Foods that are genetically engineered are based on the premise that foods are made better for humans in many different ways (Eschholz and Rosa 537). Using the latest technology, scientists are able to create crops that are more productive to feed the ever growing population or by introducing new traits into already existing foods to make them overall better; it is easy to see why many people would think that this new technology is just another improvement in everyday lives. When modifying the food, scientists take a gene from one species and insert it into a new species to enhance desired traits such as resistance to herbicides or to provide more nutritional results. This way of improving foods has been taking place traditionally by just crossing two plants together and hoping that the new traits are taken without any negative ones (543).
We already solved some of the problem by recycling and composting but there’s still a huge amount of garbage. We can cut don’t our garbage by producing products that can be recyclable or can be put in a green bin. In the future I hope they can invent something that will eliminate garbage for once and for all. The reasons why we should eliminate those things are because our world would be a cleaner place. If we don’t stop Global warming our world is going to die and all the living beings in the world will perish with it.