Turning Your Spoils into Resources
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Turning Your Spoils Into Riches Resources By: Katrina Vaitkus, Rachel Ross, Leah Prince, Audra Bissett
- 40% of food is wasted in the U.S. - Organic materials are the largest portion of municipal food waste (graph will be included)
One way to reduce food waste is by COMPOSTING
Start with alarming fact/statistics. We will include graphs from the EPA and possible data from our food waste assignment. This will show why composting is important and will set the stage for the video. This scene will be text with voice-overs.
Interviews with people outside of the dining halls on campus, asking them about how much food they wasted and what they think they could do differently to reduce food waste (personally and dining-hall wide). This will be shot outside South Campus Diner. Lighting will be natural, the angle will be straight on, with close-up shots of the students.
Transition from food waste to composting. This scene will be a title scene with voice-overs saying that one way to reduce waste is by composting.
This scene will be explaining what compost is. We will use a clip from YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRXNo7Ieky8).
This scene will explain why/how composting reduces waste. We will have one of the group members speaking during the portion. We will be inside, with artificial light, showing different things that can be composted. This will be a wide shot. Props in this scene will be different food types and paper towels, coffee grinds, etc.
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