How can eating influence carbon capture? In Canada, food production is 11% of greenhouse gas GHG emissions. Biological cattle are carbon negative and absorb more carbon than they emit. If you eat meat, ask your supermarket to bring in grass finished on rotational pastures beef. It is more nutrient dense too. Are there other ways that the food we buy weekly can be used to capture carbon?
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