Food systems such as producing food, transporting it, and storing wasted food and landfills all contribute to climate change. In order to harvest, transport, store, cook, and serve food, the global food industry uses a tremendous amount of energy. This produces many greenhouse gases that negatively impact soils, rivers, oceans, forests, and other natural resources. Meanwhile, climate change generates its own vicious circle of activity, with ecologically fragile countries experiencing the highest levels of food insecurity. As climate change worsens, these fragile countries’ agricultural potential tends to dwindle. However, these countries require food, increasing their reliance on the complicated logistics of food aid. Not all foods are made the same way, including transported, stored, prepared, and served. Some foods have a significant environmental impact, whereas others do not. Many elements influence the ecological effect, and if considered holistically, it is feasible to build an eco-friendly diet . Meat, particularly beef, has the most significant environmental impact of all dietary kinds. However, like with other foods, the complete picture is complex. When livestock is raised in a limited fashion, there are a few ignored environmental benefits. The manure from livestock can be utilised as fertiliser to aid in crop growth […]

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