Being Green - 22 Dec 23 - Dr Christian Reynolds, a Reader in Food Policy at City, University of London

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Christmas is a wonderful time of the year, but it does tend to be excessive in terms of all the delicious meals we eat. And we shouldn’t forget that the world’s food system is a huge contributor to global greenhouse gas emissions. So, how can we keep the environment in mind when preparing all those special celebratory meals. To give us some ideas, Glynis Crook is joined on Being Green this week by Dr Christian Reynolds, a Reader in Food Policy at City, University of London, and an expert on food loss and waste.
22 Dec 2023 English South Africa Health & Fitness

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