How carbon labels and clever menu design can cut the impact of dining

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Plant-based diets are increasingly popular amid mounting environmental concern
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Plant-based diets are increasingly popular amid mounting environmental concern

A traffic light labelling system and making sustainable dishes the default menu option boosted their popularity, according to research

More people cutting back on meat would begood news for the planet, but humans have ingrained habits that are tricky to change. Fortunately, a growing body of research suggests that making changes to the...

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