Can Low Carbon Diets Slow Global Warming?

June 2008
Sustainability: The Journal of Record;Jun2008, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p153
The article reports on the campaign launched by Bon Appetit Management Co. which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions produced by household and restaurant food operation. It notes that the firms encourages its 400 cafés to think of ways on how food choices can help reduce carbon emissions. It adds that the firm has also introduced a carbon point system which allow guests to calculate the carbon footprint of their food choices.


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