Sugars and Sugar Confectionery
Beverages, spirits and vinegar
Animal,vegetable fats and oils, cleavage products
Other food goods
Identify food trade products in the South Pacific countries that have higher ecological impact.
The MKTT (Million Kilometer Ton Travel) represents the environmental impact associated with transporting one ton of food over a distance of one kilometer.
It is a measure of the ecological footprint or carbon emissions generated during the transportation of food products.
A lower MKTT value indicates that a food product has a smaller environmental impact in terms of transportation, making it a more eco-friendly choice.
Dataviz - Episode II
A New Hope
In the serene South Pacific, where palm trees whispered secrets to the gentle ocean breeze, a paradise known as Haven Atoll faced a challenge.
The islanders, living in harmony with nature, had long relied on imported foods.
A visionary named SeaWalker, inspired by the Force of self-sufficiency, rose to lead.
With the aid of a unique technology created by the South Pacific Community, islanders identified their main imported food sources.
They realized the extent of their dependence and set out to change it.
Using ancient agricultural wisdom and sustainable fishing practices, they transformed the atoll into a haven of self-reliance.
Years passed, and Haven Atoll thrived.
The technology, now shared with neighboring islands, sparked a wave of self-sufficiency across the South Pacific.
Haven Atoll had become a symbol of hope, proving that even in paradise, embracing self-reliance could lead to a brighter future for all.