This brief video illustrates the amount of energy taken to prepare your dinner. You may think eating fish fingers is as easy as popping them under the grill, but just how much energy was involved in their manufacture? This video begins with ocean fishing and follows the process through transport, manufacturing, assembly, refrigeration, transport, storage in supermarket, purchase, refrigeration, cooking and then finally to its decomposition.
David Simchi-Levi, a professor in MIT's Engineering Systems Division and Department of Civil Engineering, discusses lowering greenhouse emissions generated by humans.
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