Keith Allison, Audrey Bauer-Lostaunau, Hannah Grouzias, and Kaija Roy
Stores are throwing away edible food. Food banks are struggling to feed everyone in need.
Kevin Barry, Zachary Schneider, Bryan Toribio, and Robbie Wood
There is a hunger and malnutrition problem in Chad. We propose that Heifer International initiate a project site in Yao, Chad.
Kelly Beisswanger, Scott Cameron, Kaitlin Poss, and Kathryn Ziegler
There are 212 million malnourished in India.
Nick Brown, Doug Geist, Julia MacLeod, and Brigitte Perera
There is a problem with malnutrition among Native Americans. They receive inappropriate dietary direction.
Derrick Butler, Lukas Hunker, Samantha Reeves, and Thomas Sellie-Lund
Ladson, SC has a food desert where 85% of residents have low access to food.
Meghan Dawe, Adam McAuliffe, Denis Silva, and Brian Sokoloff
There is an urban food desert in Worcester. We propose renovating an existing foreclosed house to support an aquaponics system.
Analise Debaie, Julian Moore, Victoria Patterson, and Alex Velez
Overnutrition in the United States has led to an alarming increase in the rate of childhood obesity.
JiaWen Dong, Raquel Mendoza Cabral, and Guillermo Rivera
Internationally traded food increases fossil fuel use; this causes higher concentrations of harmful gaseous emissions. We would like to encourage private schools in Massachusetts to integrate more locally grown food into their cafeterias.
Will Farrar, Ronelle LeBlanc, and Javier Mazo-Nido
We suggest greating sustainable urban gardens to solve the problem of food deserts.
Mikayla Filippone, Ayesha Ludhani, Edward Partlow III, and Mariana Vertoni
There is excess waste in WPI Morgan Dining Hall.
Poster Presentation, Judge's Winner (2012)
Aaron Harshman, Nick Lemere, and Nicky Shandrow
Our goal is to raise awareness and increase knowledge about Genetically Modified Organisms in food at WPI.
Sam La, Evan Rocha, and Hunter Ruiz
The Animal Welfare Act and Human Slaughter Act does not protect animals from cruelty prior to slaughter. We would like to promote new regulations regarding animal treatment in factory farms.
TD O'Brien, Brien Hard, and Zachary Sellman
There is limited access to healthy foods in Worcester food deserts. The implementation of a farmers market will provide people in the food desert(s) with access to proper nutrition.
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