food security, Free trade, Globalization, INCOMESCO, Research report

Global Food: Waste Not, Want Not | A Report

Feeding the 9 billion by 2030 is not an easy task because of the tragedy of 50 percent food waste! Production is not a problem, rather it is a governance problem! A report Global Food: Waste Not, Want Not worth exploring ! Waste happens- It is estimated that 30–50% (or 1.2–2 billion tonnes) of all… Continue reading Global Food: Waste Not, Want Not | A Report

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Adam Smith, Capitalism, economic thought, food security, INCOMESCO

How the humble potato fuelled the rise of liberal capitalism

Building blocks. just simple via Shutterstock Rebecca Earle, University of Warwick What we eat matters to us – but we’re not sure whether it ought to matter to anyone else. We generally insist that our diets are our business and resent being told to eat more fruit, consume less alcohol and generally pull our socks… Continue reading How the humble potato fuelled the rise of liberal capitalism

Economy, food security

Food: Hygienic or Photogenic

There are attractive photographs or visualisation around the food. Chefs like to display their culinary art in an attractive and decorative way to lure their customers. However, food is more than attractive advertisement and it is a matter of quality, hygiene and nutritional ingredients. A good governance policy must include how ‘food economy’ is being cared.… Continue reading Food: Hygienic or Photogenic

Economy, food security, Globalization

More Food Waste in Developed Countries

Food bank is the non-profit organization that distributes food to those who are unable to purchase when affecting from natural disaster, weak physical and mental condition, bankrupt, and orphan. There are varieties of food bank models run by charity organisations, community, and churches as well as private individuals. John van Hengel foundedfirst food bank in… Continue reading More Food Waste in Developed Countries

Economy, inequality, Labour Force, Publications

Quality of Labour Force: Fighting Against Inequality

By nature men are innovative, creative and thinker which lead to development. But youth today are immensely vulnerable, almost ignored due to expensive education, unaffordable health, unemployment, human trafficking, migration, modern slavery, and super-manager’s discriminatory policy on wage determination, pittance culture, war-torn, refugee, and corruption and so on.