Healthy Eating That’s Good for the Planet (Part II)

Are non-meat diets the best way to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions? Let's see how vegetables measure up! Also, explore the climate impact of your diet.

Continuing from last week, we look at whether focusing on veggie consumption is actually better for the planet. We didn’t expect eggs and avocados to be such high performers in terms of greenhouse gas emissions!

Here’s a fantastic way to calculate your own food’s carbon footprint.

About the illustrators: Joyce and her partner at Nutroduction have a mission to illustrate stories about nutrition and well-being. You can follow them on their Instagram and Facebook.

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