Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Frequent Food Miles, um, yeah...

via treehugger via mother jones via carnegie-mellon

"Considering the transport only accounts for 10% of the emissions from food production, maybe we should turn our focus over to how the food is produced (resource usage). A recent report from Carnegie-Mellon University said, "going meat- and dairyless one day a week is more environmentally beneficial than eating locally every single day."

But what if you do more than just that?

The article that talks about the article mentioned in the other article.

The article.