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C. Committee to Promote Washington) FIGURE 2-3 What kind of life on planet Earth will “Baby 7 Billion” have? (Courtesy of NASA) tattered blanket on the warm sidewalk grates of our modern cities. For others, housing may take the form of a grass hut or a shack made of wood, cardboard, plastic, or scraps of sheet metal. These people often depend on the outdoors to provide water and washing areas and as a receptacle for human waste. Large families often share such homes with pets, poultry, or other livestock (Figure 2-4).
Tofu can be fermented; marinated; smoked; steamed; deep-fried; sliced; shredded; made into candy; or shaped into loaves, cakes, or noodles. Soy oil is the world’s most plentiful vegetable oil. It is ﬁrst extracted from the soybean, and the material that is left is processed into a protein-rich livestock feed known as soybean meal. The components of the soybean are used for hundreds of items. These range from food products, to lubricants, paper, chalk, paint, printing ink, and plastics (Figure 2-28).
Modest and simple running-water facilities are generally the ﬁrst evidence of community development in many such areas. Even a single faucet with unpolluted water is a major step forward for many communities. Communities that do not have a source of safe water must use whatever water they have available to them. Too often, water is polluted or unsafe to drink because it contains waste materials, chemicals, or unhealthful organisms. Homes of the Middle and Upper Classes The middle- and upper-class people of the world can aﬀord and enjoy housing that is clean, safe, and convenient.