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Global study uncovers best ways to change consumption to cut carbon footprint


A team of international experts, including CREDS researchers at the University of Leeds, screened nearly 7,000 studies from across the globe to develop a list of the most effective changes to household consumption to cut our carbon footprints. Household activities account for around two-thirds of global greenhouse gases. As governments begin to plan for recovery...

Eating through the carbon budget


Food related emissions will take up our entire carbon budget by 2050 if we don’t change our diets and the way our food is produced, blowing any chance of meeting the raised ambition of the Paris Agreement. That is the conclusion of University of Leeds professor of population ecology Tim Benton and Dr Bojana Bajželj...