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similar laws exist in italy requiring food producers to keep reserves for such emergencies.

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undang-undang serupa juga ada di italia, yang mewajibkan produsen makanan untuk menyimpan cadangan untuk keadaan darurat seperti ini.

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sun and water as energy sources, broccoli vegetables as producers, caterpillars as consumers 1, birds as consumers 2, cats as consumers 3, dead cats will be eaten by all bacteria and fungi that decompose, fertile soil will help plants grow

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matahari dan air sebagai sumber energi, sayur brokoli sebagai produsen , ulat sebagai konsumen 1, burung sebagai konsumen 2, kucing sebagai konsumen 3 , kucing mati akan dimakan oleh semua bakteri dan jamur pengurai, tanah yang subur akan membantu tanaman tumbuh

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neoliberal reforms, which reduced subsidies and government intervention as well as liberalized markets, had complex repercussions for brazil’s agricultural sector. the impact 1 see perz (2000), p. 845. 75 on brazil’s coffee market is illustrative. initially, production increased for all coffee producers. however, soon market competitiveness favored capital-intensive landowners and foreign interests, and thus marginalized small rural farmers. exposing the small-scale farmers of brazil to the world economy, at a time when world coffee prices fell dramatically low, forced them out of the market. the new policies also encouraged mass production, expansion of farmland, and mono-crop coffee planting, which adversely affected the environment in brazil, causing soil degradation, which has hurt the agriculture sector’s promise today.

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brasil mengalami pergeseran ekonomi besar karena mulai melakukan industrialisasi dengan cepat setelah perang dunia ii. pemerintah militer, yang mengambil alih kekuasaan pada tahun 1964, mengintensifkan industrialisasi brasil, menggunakan strategi substitusi impor yang ditingkatkan. 1 ketika inflasi dan pertumbuhan ekonomi yang lambat melanda pada akhir 1970-an, pemerintah terpaksa meminjam dari luar. pinjaman luar negeri itu bukan untuk berinvestasi lebih banyak dalam industrialisasi, tetapi untuk mencegah krisis neraca pembayaran. ketika ekonomi dunia mengalami resesi

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waste is a problem in indonesia, the traditional market is one of the largest waste producers. klandasan market 1 is one of the traditional markets located in the city of balikpapan. klandasan market 1 does not process organic waste because the compost machine has been damaged so that the processing of organic waste in the klandasan market does not run. the purpose of this study is to analyze the existing conditions of handling organic waste in the klandasan 1 market and formulate

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mengoptimalisasikan penanganan sampah organik berdasarkan peran aktif pedagang. penelitian ini melakukan observasi lapangan, wawancara, teknik pengumpulan data dengan wawancara dan kuesioner kemudian menggunakan analisis univariat untuk mengetahui presentase dalam peran aktif pedagang.

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farmlogix helps give local farmers a lifeline to big kitchens kate rogers | @katerogersnews saturday, 20 feb 2016 | 11:00 am e like many parents, linda mallers found herself working on a pta. fundraiser at her children's school. the single mom of four had been boxing local produce from nearby farms in wisconsin and selling them to friends, an effort she parlayed into a community fundraising effort in 2012. in a world of grab-and-go drive-thrus and processed meals, the fresh fruits and veggies were a hit, which gave mallers a big idea. "our local high school in evanston township asked how they could put the produce in their cafeteria, and that's how we got our start," mallers told cnbc's "on the money." the fundraiser led mallers to launch chicago-based farmlogix, a technology platform that connects local farmers to large institutional kitchens. mallers drew on her technology background, having worked in the futures industry, then for a food distributor in chicago. "i realized this platform that i had for 20 years really translated well to the local food movement and it opened up doors," mallers said. "i had always been in the business of creating online communities for people who can't find each other otherwise." the farm-to-table segment is gaining in popularity among consumers. a january 2015 agriculture department report found that "producer participation in local food systems is growing as the sale of food for human consumption through direct-to-consumer and intermediated marketing channels [including institutional sales] appears to be increasing." citing data from the agricultural resource and management survey and census of agriculture data, the report said that local food sales totaled an estimated $6.1 billion in 2012, the latest year for which figures were available. the technology allows detailed farm identification to be maintained through the supply chain, an ongoing issue in the industry because of how quickly food moves throughout warehouses and distributors. farmlogix has done $8.5 million in sales so far, and bootstrapped the startup with investments from friends and family. today, clients include food delivery service skokie, illinois-based peapod and philadelphia-based food services giant aramark — which has helped mallers put healthy foods in more than 1,000 schools across the country. many of the schools are kindergarten through 12th grade, but some colleges and universities have been added. these include boston university in massachusetts and chicago's loyola university. "it's helpful to us because consumers are more and more looking for transparency in the foods that they buy and the foods that they eat," said scott barnhart, senior vice president of the global supply chain and procurement at aramark. "they want a safe way to understand where they are getting their food and where it is being supplied from." for farmers, the platform is free to use. farmlogix has a "boots on the ground" team that goes into regions to get to know the farmers and figure out who might be a good fit for the platform, with some help from the agriculture department, mallers said. once identified, the farmers have a video profile created for them by farmlogix, along with consumer tools that allow people to learn where their food comes from. each of the more than 200 farms farmlogix is working with have a free web page in the system, mallers added, and they go into the schools farmlogix works with to talk to students about sustainability. for mallers, running her own business also presents the opportunity to achieve dual missions — educating low-income children about healthy eating, and paying it forward to other working moms. the company has 10 employees, 80 percent of which are women. "we help farmers change their lives and be sustainable and viable, but on the other end, their food is going into low-income communities — our program feeds half a million kids," she said. "and we have a business that supports women, moms that want to go back to work," mallers added. "we are very supportive because we are a tech company working remotely with a flexible schedule." on the money airs on cnbc saturdays at 5:30 am et, or check listings for air times in local markets.

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farmlogix helps give local farmers a lifeline to big kitchens kate rogers | @katerogersnews saturday, 20 feb 2016 | 11:00 am e like many parents, linda mallers found herself working on a pta. fundraiser at her children's school. the single mom of four had been boxing local produce from nearby farms in wisconsin and selling them to friends, an effort she parlayed into a community fundraising effort in 2012. in a world of grab-and-go drive-thrus and processed meals, the fresh fruits and veggies were a hit, which gave mallers a big idea. "our local high school in evanston township asked how they could put the produce in their cafeteria, and that's how we got our start," mallers told cnbc's "on the money." the fundraiser led mallers to launch chicago-based farmlogix, a technology platform that connects local farmers to large institutional kitchens. mallers drew on her technology background, having worked in the futures industry, then for a food distributor in chicago. "i realized this platform that i had for 20 years really translated well to the local food movement and it opened up doors," mallers said. "i had always been in the business of creating online communities for people who can't find each other otherwise." the farm-to-table segment is gaining in popularity among consumers. a january 2015 agriculture department report found that "producer participation in local food systems is growing as the sale of food for human consumption through direct-to-consumer and intermediated marketing channels [including institutional sales] appears to be increasing." citing data from the agricultural resource and management survey and census of agriculture data, the report said that local food sales totaled an estimated $6.1 billion in 2012, the latest year for which figures were available. the technology allows detailed farm identification to be maintained through the supply chain, an ongoing issue in the industry because of how quickly food moves throughout warehouses and distributors. farmlogix has done $8.5 million in sales so far, and bootstrapped the startup with investments from friends and family. today, clients include food delivery service skokie, illinois-based peapod and philadelphia-based food services giant aramark — which has helped mallers put healthy foods in more than 1,000 schools across the country. many of the schools are kindergarten through 12th grade, but some colleges and universities have been added. these include boston university in massachusetts and chicago's loyola university. "it's helpful to us because consumers are more and more looking for transparency in the foods that they buy and the foods that they eat," said scott barnhart, senior vice president of the global supply chain and procurement at aramark. "they want a safe way to understand where they are getting their food and where it is being supplied from." for farmers, the platform is free to use. farmlogix has a "boots on the ground" team that goes into regions to get to know the farmers and figure out who might be a good fit for the platform, with some help from the agriculture department, mallers said. once identified, the farmers have a video profile created for them by farmlogix, along with consumer tools that allow people to learn where their food comes from. each of the more than 200 farms farmlogix is working with have a free web page in the system, mallers added, and they go into the schools farmlogix works with to talk to students about sustainability. for mallers, running her own business also presents the opportunity to achieve dual missions — educating low-income children about healthy eating, and paying it forward to other working moms. the company has 10 employees, 80 percent of which are women. "we help farmers change their lives and be sustainable and viable, but on the other end, their food is going into low-income communities — our program feeds half a million kids," she said. "and we have a business that supports women, moms that want to go back to work," mallers added. "we are very supportive because we are a tech company working remotely with a flexible schedule." on the money airs on cnbc saturdays at 5:30 am et, or check listings for air times in local markets.

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mini biography britney jean spears was born in mccomb (mississippi) and raised in rural louisiana (kentwood) to jamie spears and lynne spears. as a child, britney attended dance classes, and she was great at gymnastics, winning many competitions and the like. but, most of all, britney loved to sing. at age 8, britney tried out for "the all new mickey mouse club" (1989), but was turned down due to her young age. this directed her to an off-broadway show, "ruthless", for a 2-year run as the title character. at age 11, she again tried for "the all new mickey mouse club" (1989) and, this time, made it as a mouseketeer alongside many stars of today (justin timberlake and j.c. chasez of *nsync and ryan gosling). her big break, however, came when she was signed as a jive recording artist in the late 90s. with the release of her debut album, "...baby one more time" in early 1999, britney became an international success, selling 13 million copies of "baby" and 9 million (as of july 2001) of her sophomore album, "oops!...i did it again", released in may of 2000. imdb mini biography by: matt zerby mini biography "pop phenomenon" doesn't come close to describing britney spears. the name is legend around the world. so famous is britney spears now that it's impossible to imagine a world in which she doesn't exist. born to parents jamie spears and lynne spears, britney is their second child of three. her older brother, bryan spears, was born in april 1977 and her younger sister, jamie lynn spears, was born in april 1991. they later moved to kentwood, louisiana. from a young age, britney was always fixing to be a star with idols such as madonna, mariah carey and whitney houston, the young britney could always be heard singing, no matter what else was going on around her. after taking extensive dance and vocal lessons and performing in numerous talent shows and fairs, britney auditioned for "the all new mickey mouse club" (1989) tv series [1989-1994] when she 8, however, she was too young to get the part. instead, britney, her mother and baby sister moved to new york where she starred in several tv adverts and an off-broadway play, "ruthless", where she was understudy with natalie portman. her love of music and dance took over and, 2 years later, she auditioned for a part on "mickey mouse" again and, this time, won the part along with christina aguilera and justin timberlake. as a mouseketeer, britney received extensive training in dance, drama and singing and had to grow up a lot during that time. however, after the show was canceled two years later, britney returned home and did "the normal teenager thing", attending pool parties and she was also the homecoming queen. as a young teenager, britney soon grew restless again and this time was desperate to become a star yet again. again, she traveled to new york and sent out demo tapes to various labels including sony and mercury, but was turned down. it was jive records that finally took the young britney on and set out on making her the star she is today. she hit the studio with writers/producers, such as max martin and eric foster white, and the result was her debut album. in late 1998, jive released her debut single "(hit me) baby one more time" which was a pop hit around the globe, accompanied by the sixteen-year-old first of many controversial acts - the video, which featured britney dressed in a catholic schoolgirl uniform, baring her midriff, which was soon to become her trademark. nonetheless, the single was a smash worldwide and britney was instantly a household name. she toured with the popular boy band *nsync and the single shot to the top of the charts for 3 weeks. her debut album was released a few months later in early 1999 and, like the single, took to the top of the album charts, where it remained number one for six weeks. the album has now sold millions worldwide and is officially 14 x platinum in the us. her next controversial act, after the video, was to take the cover of rolling stones magazine in a suggestive pose, but as britney mania took off, the 17-year-old became more and more popular. appealing to young girls, teenage boys and older men, britney was on her way, yet nobody could have predicted at that time the impact she would have on pop culture. the second single, "sometimes", was released in june 1999 followed by the top 10 hit "crazy" in september and "from the bottom of my broken heart" soon after. britney ended 1999 selling over 10 million copies of her debut and, as the billboard top female pop artist (singles and albums), top new pop artist, top billboard 200 album artist and top 100 singles artist - female. the american awards, mtv and teen choice awards soon began rolling in and, in early 2000, britney was nominated for two grammy awards. at just 18, britney released her second album in 2000, the #1 smash "oops! i did it again" and single of the same title, which topped the singles chart for 5 weeks. smash singles "stronger" and "lucky" followed but, it was around this time, that britney was beginning to raise more than a few eyebrows. it seemed some people weren't too happy with the message she was sending their impressionable young children. on one hand, britney was the perfect picture of innocence, declaring herself a virgin until marriage yet, on the other hand, she was sexually charged and provocative, with performance such as the mtv video music awards in 2000, when her costume made her appear scantily-clad. as the young woman was growing up, it seemed there was an internal conflict between her, her management and her mother, all pulling her in different directions. yet the image the public saw was a gorgeous young woman, beautifully dressed and damn close to perfection, often labeled the "pop princess" around the world. still, the awards kept rolling in and, in early 2001, britney struck a lucrative deal with pepsi-cola for sponsorship and advertising. the 19-year-old was growing up fast, with the media constantly fixed on what she was and wasn't doing, her "rivalry" with former fellow mouseketeer christina aguilera and also her blossoming relationship with *nsync heartthrob justin timberlake. britney was keen that people saw her as a growing woman as she began to ready the public for her next lp release in late 2001. in november, she hit the top 10 with the sexually charged "i'm a slave 4 u" which took a completely different turn in musical direction from her previous singles and, in the same month, released her third lp, self-titled "britney", which shot to the top of the albums charts, breaking records for a female artist. her performance of "slave" at the mtv vma's caused outrage among animal rights campaigners, as she performed with a live giant snake and wearing little herself. it was a far cry from the britney of just three years ago, and perhaps the critical moment when what some people would say "she started going downhill". sales of her third album, while impressive, where not nearly as high as her former releases, perhaps due to the increase of new pop female singers flooding the market, yet britney, still incredibly popular, carried on. in early 2002, the 20-year-old britney released "i'm not a girl, not yet a woman", taken from the soundtrack of her debut movie crossroads (2002/i), which was released in february of that year. she soon after hit the charts with "overprotected" and also toured worldwide on the "dream within a dream tour". yet, it seemed it was all getting too much for britney, her four year relationship with timberlake ended suddenly and very publicly and she soon announced she was to take 6 months off, after all, she had achieved so much by such a young age and in such a short space of time. her star was by no means fading, with "forbes" declaring her "the world's most powerful celebrity" in mid-2002. while she may have been on a break from her career, she was by no means breaking from the media, who followed her relentlessly, even more keen to track her down and find out what she was up to. britney was increasingly letting her pop princess crown slip, admitting she had lost her sacred virginity to timberlake, outside of marriage. britney could also be seen smoking and drinking to excess on wild nights out and famously breaking down in tears while being interviewed by diane sawyer about her parents (who were recently divorced) and her bitter split from timberlake. britney was linked to men such as fred durst of limp bizkit and openly kissed colin farrell at a movie premiere. however, she seemed to get herself back together for her new album released in late 2003. in a blitz of publicity which included the infamous "like a virgin" performance and madonna kiss at the mtv video music awards in august that year. the new album, "in the zone", was a bid to be seen as a woman and caused controversy with songs on it such as "breathe on me" and "touch of my hand" - which was about masturbation - however, the appeal of britney was still there and the album topped the billboard 200 albums charts. the first single to be lifted was "me against the music" a club hit that featured pop icon madonna and singing with her was a dream come true for britney. now 22, it seemed britney was in a lot more control over her career, yet her personal life still seemed to be slipping. in january 2004, britney got "married" to childhood friend jason allen alexander in a las vegas ceremony. the incident shocked the world, especially when the marriage was annulled 55 hours later and was described as "a joke taken too far" by her management. britney soon released one of her biggest singles, "toxic", which topped various charts around the world including the uk and canadian singles charts. the single was a smash-hit and silenced any critics that said britney no longer had what it took to make a comeback. she soon began her highly publicized and overtly sexual "onyx hotel tour", which was canceled a few months later after britney damaged her knee during a video shoot and had to receive medical treatment. other singles off the album included the gold-selling "everytime", which topped the uk singles charts and, like usual, also carried a fair amount of controversy for its video, which allegedly depicted the star committing suicide after a fight with her boyfriend, played by stephen dorff; however, this was "changed" to an accident in which she drowns yet reincarnates. it was around this time that britney began dating kevin federline, a former backup dancer who she had taken on tour with her a few months previously. the snag here was that kevin came with baggage - in the form of an "ex" girlfriend, heavily pregnant "moesha" (1996) actress shar jackson and their young child. britney and kevin soon became engaged and, in september 2004, were married in a secret ceremony, soon after the birth of kevin's second child. that same month, britney released a single off her upcoming "greatest hits" album (released in november 2004) a cover of bobby brown's 1988 hit "my prerogative". britney was a changed woman, no longer concerned with what the public thought of her or her appearance, she parted ways with her manager who she had had since she was 13, and was increasingly stepping out looking more "trailer trash" than multi-millionaire. in february 2005, britney won her first grammy for the single "toxic" as best dance recording. just two months later, it was announced britney was pregnant with her first child. a reality tv series "britney

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tersebutlah kisah, seekor raja burung parakeet hidup beserta rakyatnya di sebuah hutan di aceh. hidup mereka damai. kedamaian tersebut terganggu, karena kehadiran seorang pemburu. pada suatu hari pemburu tersebut berhasil menaruh perekat di sekitar sangkar-sangkar burung tersebut. spkr.gif (282 bytes) mereka berusaha melepaskan sayap dan badan dari perekat tersebut. namun upaya tersebut gagal. hampir semuanya panik,kecuali si raja parakeet. ia berkata, "saudaraku, tenanglah. ini adalah perekat yang dibuat oleh pemburu. kalau pemburu itu datang, berpura-puralah mati. setelah melepaskan perekat, pemburu itu akan memeriksa kita. kalau ia mendapatkan kita mati, ia akan membuang kita. tunggulah sampai hitungan ke seratus, sebelum kita bersama-sama terbang kembali. spkr.gif (282 bytes)keesokan harinya, datanglah pemburu tersebut. setelah melepaskan perekatnya, ia mengambil hasil tangkapannya. betapa ia kecewa setelah mengetahui burung-burung tersebut sudah tidak bergerak, disangkanya sudah mati. namun pemburu tersebut jatuh terpeleset, sehingga membuat burung-burung yang ada ditanah terkejut dan terbang. hanya raja parakeet yang belum terlepas dari perekat. iapun ditangkap. spkr.gif (282 bytes) raja parakeet meminta pada pemburu itu untuk tidak dibunuh. sebagai imbalannya ia akan selalu menghibur si pemburu. hampir tiap hari ia bernyanyi dengan merdunya. khabar kemerduan suara burung itu terdengar sampai ke telinga sang raja. spkr.gif (282 bytes)raja menginginkan burung parakeet tersebut. sang raja kemudian menukar burung itu dengan harta-benda yang sangat banyak. di istana sang raja, burung parakeet ditaruh didalam sebuah sangkar emas. setiap hari tersedia makanan yang enak-enak. spkr.gif (282 bytes)namun burung parakeet tidak bahagia. ia selalu ingat hutan aceh tempat tinggalnya. pada suatu hari ia berpura-pura mati. sang raja sangat sedih dan memerintahkan penguburannya dengan upacara kebesaran. ketika persiapan berlangsung, burung itu diletakkan diluar sangkar. saat itu ia gunakan untuk terbang mencari kebebasanya. ia terbang menuju hutan kediamannya. dimana rakyat burung parakeet setia menunggu kedatangannya

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