Choosing Foods Sensibly

Food is a massive source of carbon emissions. Switch to a low-carbon diet.

Anywhere from 10-30% of every household’s carbon emissions can come from the energy used for their food consumption needs. However, we still need to eat. So what is the solution?

By reducing food waste, buying low-carbon foods, and shopping locally, we can greatly reduce our carbon emissions. Plus, you can also save money and even put your food to good waste through composting, gardening and recycling. 

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