Reading and Reflection


            Some of the environmental impacts created by the design disciplines include the threats of extinction to animal and plant species, stress on the biosphere, changing climatic conditions and inadequacy in provision to the growing human population. The criteria used currently to measure the value of a successful product or system design is the eligibility towards sustainability of the product in the environment as well as its impact in the ecological demands.[1] The designers and authorizers of the created products and product systems should take responsibility on the impacts realized in the environment.

            The design of the document is simple and clear to use especially understanding the content. However, emphasis should be placed on the interactive use of charts and additional information on the explanations used. They should articulate the marginal information in matching the exact location of the texts.


            Food waste represents a form of waste energy within the environment especially from the stages of acquisition, production, processing, transportation, and subsequent distribution. It refers to the wastage incurred from storage, spoilage, non-consumption and unprepared kind. It s determined by the packaging, dietary habits and effective control of the acquired capacities to deal with any form of waste from it.[2] Energy is then wasted from the transient forms through nutrients, biomass, and layered aftermaths.

  • Diversion and appropriate consumption of unused, discarded foods should be maximized to food insecure populations.
  •  Anaerobic digestion should be maximized as mean of energy recapture of the waste in food.
  • Heavy and water-laden waste of food should be minimized through transportation.
  • Transformation of the food waste into engineered soils as means of preserving the contained energy.
  • Creation of local establishments that contain zero wastage of energy in foods, as examples for others in their utilities


Hodkinson, Trevor R. 2011. Climate change, ecology, and systematics. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Ayres, Robert U., and Ed Ayres. 2010. Crossing the energy divide: moving from fossil fuel dependence to a clean-energy future. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Wharton School Pub.

[1] Trevor R. Hodkinson, Climate change, ecology, and systematics (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 17.

[2] Robert U. Ayres, and Ed Ayres, Crossing the energy divide: moving from fossil fuel dependence to a clean-energy future (Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Wharton School Pub, 2010), 14.

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