New rankings reveal carbon impact of diets around the world, as beef consumption pushes Argentina to worldwide top spot for most polluting plates
Residents in developed countries such as Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and the USA have the most carbon-intensive diets in the world, new research has revealed. At 305.81 kg per year, Argentina...
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