The Innovative Ways To Help To Fight Against Food Waste

ArgumentativeResearch Essay: Open topic/choice must be food related (5-6 full pages nocounting the WC Page, written in third person,We never knowwhat the future will bring, but we do know that we will need food. Many of theauthors we look at, identify problems that will remain at the forefront—climatechange, global hunger, and labor injustice, food waste, GMOs, to name a few.They also discuss potential changes that might lessen the negative impact offood production on the environment and that might bring food production to theurban centers where food is in short supply. Still, even as we think ofsolutions to existing concerns, new problems will inevitably emerge. In fact,the authors we have read suggest as many questions as they answer.
Here are someto consider: Is the future of food going to be organic? Will it rely onconventional, industrial approaches? Or will we adopt hybrid approaches? Whatethical principles will guide food policy in the future? What kinds of moralchoices will individuals make? Will they see food choices as moral choices moreor less than they do now? What roles will innovative approaches and newtechnologies play in feeding the population? Should we focus on futuristic,potentially expensive, inventions or return to the basics? What roles willcorporations and industrial farming play in the future of food? What roles willsmall-scale farming and local businesses play? Will worker justice and theimpacts of food production on historically oppressed groups be considered? Willdemocracy emerge as a positive force in bringing about food equity? Will peoplecare more about global hunger in the future than they do now? Will the globalhunger crisis ever become a thing of the past? Will biotechnology like Verticalfarming or Hydroponics change conventional farming?
Drawing on allcourse readings, documentaries, class discussions, and your own research, makean argument about a food related issue, and propose a solution to the problem.
Reflect on whatwe have previously discussed in this course and your own previous work, keepingin mind the following rhetorical elements:·Purpose: (What are you trying to accomplish?)·Audience/Relationship to the Reader (To whom are youaddressing your argument?)·Context: (What are the influencing factors surroundingyour argument, for both audience and you?)·Voice: (What tone are you going to use, to persuade youraudience most effectively?)Your argument should employ one or more of the followingthree elements of the rhetorical appeal:·Ethos: Appeals to the character and expertise of thewriter or speaker·Logos: Appeals based on logic, reasoning, and evidenceconcerning the subject·Pathos: Appeals to the beliefs and values of the audienceDevelop yourargument using the methods and techniques discussed in class and your readings,employing at minimum the use of:·A strong thesis (claim)·Warrants/evidence to support thesis·A strong conclusionAll your claimsought to be fully developed and backed by authoritative sources. Be sureyou cite your sources according to the proper MLA format guidelines. Theseinclude:·Direct quotations·Paraphrased statementsSources: Five to eightcredible, reliable, sources.