Food, land and greenhouse gases: The effect of changes in UK food consumption on land requirements and greenhouse gas emissions
A report of a study which examined the land use and greenhouse gas implications of UK food consumption change away from carbon intensive products.
Year of Publication2010
This report was prepared for the United Kingdom Committee on Climate Change and examines the land use and greenhouse gas implications of UK food consumption change away from carbon intensive products. It shows that the UK agricultural land base can support consumption change that reduces greenhouse gas emissions from the food system.
This item is categorised as follows
- Subject Collection > Environmental impact > Climate change
- Subject Collection > Arable & industrial crops
- Subject Collection > Rural policy & development
- Subject Collection > Environmental impact
- Subject Collection > Livestock & dairy
- Subject Collection > Greenhouse Gas > GHG Reduction
- Subject Collection > Greenhouse Gas
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