Climate Change and U.S. Consumer Food Choices.

Nemec Boehm, Rebecca.

Abstract: Background: Climate change is altering the growing conditions under which agricultural crops are produced, putting at risk our ability to grow enough high quality food now and for future generations. At the same time, the production, processing, transportation, distribution, and sale of food causes greenhouse gas emissions (GHGEs) that contribute to climate change. Consumers may be able ... read more

Gerald J. & Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy.
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