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Reducing your meat consumption has a significant impact on carbon emissions, according to a report by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) published last week.
According to a study by the University of Colorado at Boulder, Paris' urban density and horizontal construction is the most optimal urban form for reducing carbon emissions over the long term.
Space jaunts are receiving criticisms for its potentially high carbon emissions, especially as the industry is poised for major growth.
In an effort to decrease carbon emissions, rail travel is getting more popular these days.
A fully compostable equivalent of cardboard, mushrooms offer a reduction of 90% in carbon emissions when compared to plastics, and complete decomposition in 30 to 90 days.
Ancient peatlands drained for development are sinking, drying out and releasing tonnes of greenhouse gases.
This reduction is mainly due to emissions linked to air travel (80%) by foreign spectators and emissions related to accommodation and food.
In recent years, environmental activists have increasingly focused on pollution caused by the rapidly expanding aviation industry.
Introducing individual carbon quotas means setting a precise carbon footprint per individual on a city or country scale, deemed necessary in light of the effects of the climate crisis and the urgent need to cool the planet.
From using custom-made, biodegradable fabrics and 'living' clothes that photosynthesise to polyester created from planet-warming carbon dioxide, there is a race for startups to spur sustainability in fashion.