Food miles, offsets, and other ecological pitfalls
Posted: 24 Jan 2007 @ 00:00
Saving our habitat is not as easy as we thought, reports Roy Tindle
‘Popular wisdom can sometimes be wrong’
SECOND WORLD WAR posters asked: “Is your journey really necessary?” The question needs to be asked again, because of climate change. No longer is the issue the armed forces’ need of the railways, but the nature of travel and its part in our every activity.
Pie charts illustrating how our carbon emissions are produced are all probably accurate. But dividing up the where, who, and how is difficult, if not impossible, because ...
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