Klimatavtryck av mat
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Today, all sectors of the economy contribute to climate change by emitting greenhouse gases. These emissions together cause the temperature of Earth to slowly rise.
From the perspective of the private consumption of a typical Swede, around 30% of the greenhouse gas emissions are caused by food consumption. Reducing the climate footprint of food is therefore an important part of reaching our climate targets. There are large differences in climate footprint between different types of food.
Therefore, by simply choosing what to eat, consumers can make a significant reduction in their personal climate footprints. But of course, there is also a potential to reduce the climate footprint from any specific product.
Det globala matsystemet står för nästan 25% av världens totala utsläpp. Den största potentiella minskningen ligger i hur konsumenten väljer.
1 Kg nötkött har samma klimatavtryck som att köra en normalstor bil 140Km
Den genomsnittliga svensken kan minska sin mats klimatavtryck med över 60%.
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