The greenhouse gas emissions from food can be substantial – but how much do they vary between different types of food? And how do they compare with other emissions, say from driving to a scenic spot for a barbecue?
As a climate scientist I understand that our greenhouse gas emissions are impacting the climate. Like many people I try to minimise my environmental impact – I ride my bike whenever I can, I eat very little meat, and I used to care about food miles.
That’s right, I used to. Continue reading
Yesterday I discovered Is this how you feel?
Australian climate scientists were asked to hand write letters describing their feelings. Those letters show the emotional toll that we as a society are inflicting on our climate scientists – and yet many of them are optimistic about the future.
Go to the website. Read some of the letters and share their stories with your friends.
On the advice of a couple of friends I recently invested in some noise cancelling headphones, and I love them. They are amazing; engine noise on aeroplanes is almost completely silenced. They were so impressive that I wanted to learn more about how they work.