Food Choices and its effect the Environment


Historically, the majority of the earth’s surface was wilderness, including forests, grasslands, and deserts. However, in the last few hundred years, agriculture has replaced these wild habitats. Less than 5% of non-desert or non-ice land was used for agriculture a millennium ago. Today, farmland takes up over half of habitable land, with forests covering the rest, and a small percentage of land being dedicated to grasslands, freshwater, and urban areas.

As consumers, we can make a difference by reducing our environmental impact through our shopping choices. To find out more about how you can help protect the environment, refer to the accompanying resource.

The Impact of Groceries from Green Rabbit, a logistics automation service

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