The Story of the Fly: And How it Could Save the World Paperback – 31 Aug 2012
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About the Author
Jason Drew is an international business leader and serial entrepreneur turned environmentalist and author. He is on the board of a number of organizations, including www.AgriProtein.com, his latest 'green' venture. Born in London, Jason studied at the European Business School in London's Regent Park and has lived and worked all over the world before settling in South Africa in 2004. He has held leadership roles in a number of international businesses, from General Electric to BUPA and Egg before leading the start-up of Africa's leading outsourced services provider with over 3000 staff. He collects medieval English pewter and contemporary South African art. He is a passionate polo player, loves flying and fishing as well as opera and rock. He is married with two sons. Justine Joseph is a scientist by training, a freelance journalist by profession and probably the world's biggest fly fan. She has a Bachelor of Science (Medical) Honours from the University of Cape Town and almost ten years' experience as a health and science magazine writer and editor. She is a general collector of interesting facts. She was a Mondi Magazine Award finalist and the international winner of the Novo Nordisk Media Prize for Excellence in Diabetes Writing in 2006. Amongst other things, she has been deputy editor of Shape; managing editor of Discovery Health magazine; and a regular contributor to Men's Health, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, O - The Oprah magazine and Hip2B2.
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Read the book and for goodness sake think for yourself, don't let academics, experts and other siloed thinkers discourage you. Common sense is a valuable resource. This book inspired me to work on Converting CT's Food Waste into protein using insects. Books - READ'EM & REAP and have a whole lot of fun experimenting. Get your sustainable geek on and read this book. Sincerely DD Vasseur