Study Provides Carbon Footprint Table for Food

December 2016
Australasian Science;Dec2016, Vol. 37 Issue 10, p12
The article looks at a study conducted by researcher Enda Crossin and others published in "Journal of Cleaner Production" which identified a clear greenhouse gas emissions hierarchy across food categories and presents a comprehensive carbon footprint table for fresh food.


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