An accounting research memo is written clearly, is concise, and is a one-stop shop for referencing an accounting solution to an issue or problem. An accounting memo must use the standard memo format. A memo should use proper grammar, a strong active voice, and coherent organization. The memo should reference all laws and regulations stemming from authoritative guidance to back up a researcher’s stance on an issue or problem. In writing an accounting memo, a researcher must understand who their audience is, write in standard English, and avoid writing in technical terms.
What was the most important lesson you learned about the managerial issue or the concepts/tools? Connect this learning to your prior personal experiences. Farm Fresh is one of the well-known and established food hubs in the United States. With Harvest Kitchen as one of the Farm Fresh Programs, it reflects that Farm Fresh always wants to grow, keep learning, and adapt to social change. They want to improve their process to grow a local food system that values the environment, health, and quality of life of Rhode Island farmers and eaters.
Muthyam appeals to pathos through the use of word choice. Throughout the article, the author uses specific words meant to withdraw interest or support from conventional farming. Muthyam uses pathos in a subtle way in paragraph three by explaining what is organic farming by using positive words that increase the value of organic farming.
The best organic food delivered to your door." (Heather and Alex, 2016). I chose this product because I have just signed up for it. I am passionate about food and most of my life revolves around cooking, eating and reading about food issues. I think that we need new solutions to farming if we want to continue or create more access to a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.
Throughout this report, I will discuss the pros and cons of monoculture farming and biodiverse farming, as well as which type of agricultural approach I would choose from the perspective of a CEO of a new agribusiness corporation. I will expound on my decision based on what I have read and learned about different agricultural methods, the interconnectedness of the earth’s species, elements and values. By creating this decision, it will impact not only my own business, but also the consumers, the community, the environment surrounding my business’ operations, and persons and habitats indirectly connected to my business. Because of this decision’s extensive scope of impact, and the scale at which this decision could be detrimental or beneficial to the wellbeing of many species including my own, this decision is definitely a choice between a good and bad alternative. This is also a choice between efficiency, profitability, and environmental wellbeing, both in the short-term and long-term.
The goal of organic agriculture is to contribute to the enhancement of sustainability. But what does sustainability mean? In the context of agriculture, sustainability refers to the successful management of agricultural resources to satisfy human needs while at the same time maintaining or enhancing the quality of the environment and conserving natural resources for future generations. Sustainability in organic farming must therefore be seen in a holistic sense, which includes ecological, economic and social aspects. The organic agriculture techniques are known as ecological sustainable by • Improving soil structure and fertility through the use of crop rotations, organic manure, mulches and the use of fodder legumes for adding nitrogen to the soil fertility cycle.
Introduction: “Sustainable agriculture is the efficient production of safe high quality agricultural products, in a way that protects and improves the natural environment the social and economic conditions of farmers their employees and local communities and safe guard the health and welfare of all farmed species“ There are three main principles of sustainable agriculture, the three principles are: 1. Economic sustainability 2. Environmental sustainability 3. Social sustainability With the human population continuing to rise, it is vital that the agricultural industry becomes more sustainable to meet the needs of the growing population. One of the impacts of this growing population is an increase in land usage for settlement purposes.
We were asked to identify and describe the integrity constraints appropriate for the library system with respect to the previously submitted assignment. The most challenging aspect is how to properly demonstrate and present the solution in such a way that my peers can enjoy the assessment. If I can achieve that, it is certain that my peers will grade me well. I have, therefore, tried my best to present my solutions graphically and wordily with explicit identification and description of the terms required of us. I hope my peers will grade me
What is food sustainability? Sustainable agriculture is a way of growing or raising food, including animals, in an ecologically and ethically responsible manner using practices that protect the environment, safeguard human health, are humane to farm animals, and provide fair treatment to worker. The global food system makes a significant contribution to climate changing greenhouse gas emissions with all stages in the supply chain, from agricultural production through processing, distribution, retailing, home food preparation and waste, playing a part. It also gives rise to other major environmental impacts, including biodiversity loss and water extraction and pollution. This presentation will go through the following problems and solutions.
It is also relevant to mention the USDA definition of April 1995: “Organic agriculture is an ecological production management system that promotes and enhances biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity. It is based on minimal use of off-farm inputs and on management practices that restore, maintain and enhance ecological harmony.” It is important to mention that organic agriculture is nothing new, it is traditional way of farming known for thousands of years, farming based on the forces of nature and in balance with nature. Obligation to preserve existing ecosystem was understood by generations and it is only quite recently when men in the name of progress started destroying its own chain of food supply and