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agribusiness Agribusiness Is farming on an industrial, commercially viable scale.
carbon Our carbon footprint is the measurement of all of the greenhouse gases we individually produce.
energy Energy mix refers to the range of primary energy sources in a country.
footprint Carbon footprint is expressed as tonnes or kilograms of carbon dioxide.
fossil Fossil fuels are non renewable energy resources.
management For resource management to be sustainable, the resource must never be depleted or exhausted.
miles Food miles is the total distance food is transported from production to meeting the consumer.
organic Organic farming uses only sustainable natural methods to produce food.
resource Resource management is the sustainable management of natural resources.
sourcing Local food sourcing is a method of food sourcing on a local rather than national or international scale.

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