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b.Methane has the potentially to make quick climate changes in the Earth’s atmosphere,however, therefore, decrease of methane gas results in a more stabilized global climate (). Stabilization of global climates lead to less droughts, enduring crop growth, and more predictable natural weather disasters c.Prevents Permafrost methane time bomb in Alaska and Siberia. Decreased methane gases lead to less greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Which will then prevent the defrosting of major icecaps in the Northern Hemisphere. In the extreme, it will
prevent the Earth from being swallowed by the ocean. ()2.Promotes overall economic growtha.According to the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) $750 billion dollars is wasted due to food wastage ().b.Money that is used in food production, post-harvesting, handling, and storage that accounts to more than half a trillion dollars can be used instead of wasted. In other words, farmers and producers will not waste the $750 billion dollars that could be used for other potentially beneficial economic uses.c.If corporations were to receive tax benefits for donating food, there will need to be anincrease of workers who will process, transport, inventory, and store the food to accommodate for the extra work load. Thus, resulting in the creation of many jobs for American citizens.i.“The economy is short 7.9 million full-time jobs: That’s the total needed to return the U.S. economy to prerecession health ()”d.The potential millions of job opportunities will drastically decrease the unemployment rate in the United States. As workers receive payment from their employers, they will put the money back into the economy by spending hence, effectively stimulating the economy.i.Money pumped into the economy will increase the GDP which in turn means for a healthy economy (useconomy.com)3.Feeds millions of hungry people
a.The surplus of food waste can help feed millions of hungry Americans. In 2010, a research study by Economic Research Service, showed that nearly fifty million Americans lived in food insecure homes (American Waste Lands).