Do you trust green even though its good?

Do you trust green even though its good?: Only a third of European consumers have confidence that food items are basically created in a sustainable way. That’s as reported from a study by Europe’s leading food modernised initiative EIT Food, that says about 76% of Europeans feel a moral responsibility to use environmentally-friendly items. The…
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University of Oxford says we need change what we eat

University of Oxford says we need change what we eat : We must change what we eat to resolve the climate crisis, say researchers coming from an international team headed up by the University of Oxford. The outcome of the most recent study advise that even if global fossil fuel emissions were stopped with sudden…
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Cadent pays 40k meals helping children avoid hunger

Cadent pays 40k meals helping children avoid hunger: Gas network Cadent has promised to pay for 40,000 meals to help vulnerable children and family throughout the UK avoid the worst impacts of the coronavirus pandemic and the developing economic fallout. The action follows a influx of support for the cause throughout the country after Manchester…
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10% switch to plant-based food save tonnes of CO2

10% switch to plant-based food save tonnes of CO2: If 10% of the global animal market was switched to plant-based food products, carbon dioxide emissions, equal to 2.7 billion trees could be saved. This is equivalent to a region larger than the size of Germany. This is according to a new study by food technology…
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Microplastics are released from infant feeding bottles

Microplastics are released from infant feeding bottles:  Millions of infants could be vulnerable to high levels of microplastics released throughout formula preparation from feeding bottles. That’s admitted from new research by AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Advanced Materials and Bioengineering Research, TrinityHaus and the Schools of Engineering and Chemistry at Trinity College…
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Wasted food generates 6 times greenhouse gas emissions

Wasted food generates 6 times greenhouse gas emissions: Food waste is destroying the environment and forcing catastrophic climate change, according to sustainability charity WRAP. A new study published by the organisation alerts that climate change cannot be stopped if society doesn’t stop wasting food and explains that shockingly, less than a third of people realise…
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