Environmental Science & Technologyon November 3, 2021.Transporting food from farms to tables contributes 19-29% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Agricultural production accounts for 80-86% of total food system emissions, varying levels depending on the region. Livestock, such as cows and pigs, don’t convert plants to energy very efficiently.
Therefore, meat and dairy products contribute higher emissions than fruits, vegetables, and grains. ADVERTISEMENT Because of this, previous studies have investigated changes individuals or households can make to lower their carbon footprint.Read more on powerofpositivity.com