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Klaus Pichler’s Stunning Photos of Rotting Food Examine Excess of Wasted Food
Posted By Helen Morgan On April 11, 2012 @ 11:09 am In Art,Design,Environment,News,social responsibility,Sustainable Food | No Comments
Each photograph comes complete with information about the harvest of the food. The Vienna-based photographer details the exact location, time of year, and cultivation method used for each produce. He also examines how much energy and water goes into each harvest in terms of the transportation method and distance, the water used, and the entire carbon footprint. The result is a haunting series of images that reminds us that wasted food in reality is not so beautiful.
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Images courtesy of Klaus Pichler
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 Klaus Pichler: http://www.kpic.at
 UN study that states that one third of the world's food goes to waste: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-13364178
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