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Wskaźniki oddziaływania przemysłu spożywczego na środowisko

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The indicators of the food industry impact on the environment
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W artykule zaprezentowano wskaźniki charakteryzujące negatywny wpływ antropogenicznej działalności na atmosferę, hydrosferę i biosferę. Scharakteryzowano ślady środowiskowe: węglowy (CF), wodny (WF) i ekologiczny (EF). Wykazano znaczenie szacowania wskaźników środowiskowych w przemyśle rolno-spożywczym oraz ich podstawowe wady i zalety.
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The indicators characterizing the negative impact of anthropogenic activities on the atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere have been presented in this paper. Environmental footprints: carbon (CF), water (WF) and ecological (EF) ones, were characterized. The importance of estimating the environmental indicators in the agricultural and food industry has been pointed out. The basic advantages and disadvantages of these parameters have been shown.
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09
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s.8-11,bibliogr.
Twórcy
  • Zakład Technologii i Techniki Chłodnictwa, Instytut Biotechnologii Przemysłu Rolno - Spożywczego w Łodzi, Łódź
  • Zakład Technologii i Techniki Chłodnictwa, Instytut Biotechnologii Przemysłu Rolno - Spożywczego w Łodzi, Łódź
autor
  • Zakład Technologii i Techniki Chłodnictwa, Instytut Biotechnologii Przemysłu Rolno - Spożywczego w Łodzi, Łódź
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