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How your Christmas dinner has travelled 260,000 miles

A Christmas dinner could have travelled the equivalent of more than ten times around the world before ending up on the plate, research has revealed.

Food miles in perspective

Food miles almost need a health warning. Tackling them will support local food, but won’t always cut carbon emissions.

Food transport emissions

Food miles almost need a health warning. Tackling them will support local food, but won’t always cut carbon emissions.

Eating green is good for the body and for the planet. Read on to learn about 33 environmentally friendly eating trends that are growing in popularity—and learn how you can incorporate some of them into your own eating habits. https://greatist.com/health/33-environmentally-friendly-eating-habits

Eating green is good for the body and for the planet. Read on to learn about 33 environmentally friendly eating trends that are growing in popularity—and learn how you can incorporate some of them into your own eating habits.

This lesson is fun and gets the students working in groups to explore the food guide "My Plate", as they create their own "plate". I cut the patterns for the plate ahead of time and glue them on poster board. I then break the children into groups and give them grocery circulars that I receive in the mail.

This lesson is fun and gets the students working in groups to explore the food guide "My Plate", as they create their own "plate".

Small Business Saturday -- Why Buy Local Infographic

In this hard economic times, there are many benefits to buying locally. Not only can you save on added costs but you are helping your community thrive

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trees help to slow climate change, also improve air quality in urban areas - don't cut down trees for new homes, more agricultural land to feed for meat, or for palm oil plantations . the daily choices/what you buy affects what happens regarding trees