Sustainable eating and climate change
Nirarta Samadhi and Reidinar Juliane
PREMIUM Three youths from Myanmar were awarded first prize at the United Nations Global Pulse Lab’s Big Ideas competition for climate action this year. They developed an app that enables users to measure methane emissions from the food they eat, including beef, chicken, pork and insects. What’s striking is the fact that these high schoolers understand the impact of shifting diets from resou...
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