The carbon labelling diaries
Stroll around a supermarket and you'll see many environmental prompts. From MSC-certified fish and organic steak to Rainforest Alliance tea, local tomatoes and plastic-free fruit, there is something to ease every eco-anxiety. Or is there?Amid all these eco-cues, one is missing – and arguably the most important one. Greenhouse gas emissions, presented in the form of a carbon footprint label, are pretty much invisible to shoppers. How i
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