Cities commit to climate-friendly food procurement

October 24, 2019 FR EcoVadis FR


Eating more sustainably and avoiding food waste could cut greenhouse gas emissions from food by more than 60 per cent, according to the C40 Cities group

Fourteen global cities have committed to promoting a "planetary health diet" for all citizens by 2030, in a move that could save 11 million lives each year while dramatically reducing greenhouse emissions.


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