Green funerals could cut carbon emissions by 400,000 tonnes a year

Stuart Stone
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Green funerals could cut carbon emissions by 400,000 tonnes a year

Green technologies and tackling transport emissions could slash the funeral sector's sizeable carbon footprint, according to a new study

Your carbon footprint could outlive you, according to an in-depth new study that details how the funerals industry is responsible for hundreds of thousands of tonnes of carbon emissions each year. The...

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