Sweets, alcohol, not meat common to high carbon households

Science notes: Frequency of restaurant meals were also influential in Japanese study

Reading Time: 2 minutes Families with higher carbon footprints are likely to consume more confectionary, alcohol, and restaurant food, according to a new study by Japanese and European researchers published in One Earth. Considering the spectrum of traditional to urban lifestyles across Japan, associate professor Keiichiro Kanemoto of the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature in Kyoto, Japan, and […] Read more