We constantly receive messages alerting us that our standard of living is unsustainable. However, we rarely receive accurate information on what we can do, beyond changing the light bulbs in our house.
We may feel overwhelmed when we see that our way of life is unsustainable. We are facing a very serious and unprecedented environmental crisis, in the face of which people are powerless and helpless. At the same time, environmental warning messages are not predominant and share space with advertising and other messages that invite us to consume and maintain our standard of living unchanged. It is therefore interesting to know what science says about climate change: what are the actions that can have the most positive impact on the environment? What aspects of our lives are worth changing so that we do not contribute to climate change unnecessarily? A recent study analysed the impact of different food products. You can see a report with graphs and analysis at this link. Our particular summary: base your diet on vegetables as much as possible, no matter if they are locally produced or not. It also happens to be the healthiest option!