rAPPido Review: Future of Food from National Geographic

Screen Shot 2014-10-22 at 10.34.48 AMWorld Food day happened last week on October 16th. I meant to share this with you then, but well, I forgot. In light of the environmental message we heard from the amazing Maude Barlow on Friday, as well as the salient comment about the amounts of water wasted by inefficient agricultural practices, I am going to share this amazing app from National Geographic with you anyways. better late than never, right?

Yeah. Tell that to our environment…

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See typical meals from around the world:

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See an amazing, National Geographic quality video about food production around the world:

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(Sorry this is just a screenshot…) There are also many other videos on different aspects of the food issue:

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As well as an 8 part series (articles and photos, sort of like what you would get in the print magazine):

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This is a beautifully designed, easy to use, free app that gives you all the photographic beauty and depth of National Geographic publications. This could be used in ethics classes, science and any health units.

Or just check it out for your own personal edification.Guaranteed you will learn something new!

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