Elementary

Nearly 800 million people worldwide suffer from hunger. Still, about a third of the world’s food production is never eaten. It goes to waste.

A country like Thailand produces many kinds of food products. Unfortunately, much of the food is sent to landfills, or is discarded, or is left unharvested on farms because of its appearance and age. Thailand farms, businesses, and consumers spend a large portion of their resources every year, growing, processing, transporting, and disposing food that is never eaten.

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Junior

With a growing population in the world, more and more food needs to be produced every year.

One way to get an increased food production is to use technologies like robots, drones, and satellites to improve the usage of arable land. Satellites and drones can provide accurate data on the soil quality of the different areas of the arable land. This data can be used by robots (self-driving tractors) to plant different seedlings on the land depending on the soil quality. In this way, the seedlings are adapted to the growing environment, which will improve the growth of the seedlings.

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Senior

One way to increase the amount of food available worldwide for the consumers is to improve the way food is distributed from the producers to the costumers.

This means that the primary goal of food distribution is to make sure that the consumers get the kinds of foods they demand from the producers. The secondary goal is to make sure as little food as possible is wasted during transportation.

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