Food Footprint: Minimizing Greenhouse Gases Dr. Gina Solomon, of the National Resource Defense Council, discusses how food contributes to greenhouse gasses. What are the best and worst products to eat in terms of environmental impact?
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Food Footprint: Minimizing Greenhouse Gases

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Food Footprint: Minimizing Greenhouse Gases

Food Footprint: Minimizing Greenhouse Gases

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The Food Footprint Series

In honor of Earth Day this week, we offer a series of conversations about food's footprint. Alex Chadwick talks to Dr. Gina Solomon, a senior scientist with the National Resource Defense Council, about how the food we eat contributes to greenhouse gasses.

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