Sunday Video: How Our Food Choices Stack Up In Greenhouse Gas Emissions


When it comes to food, our choices in what we eat has significant implications in our greenhouse gas emissions. Vox explains how the emissions can vary greatly by impacts from land use, farming processes, animal feed, and distribution.

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