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1.31 m3 of CO2 Gas
Carbon footprints are based on many factors that are in flux, for example where a product is made, what fuels that energy system uses, how far it has to travel to reach its end destination and so on. For this reason, the carbon footprint of any individual product will change. The numbers provided are overall representations of carbon footprint provided to give context about what is generally higher or lower, not individual calculations for your own individual situation.
Amount of CO2 Gas
Compared to the size of a human.
One serving of Pork (100g) is equivalent to 1.31m3 of CO2 Gas.
Poore & Nemecek (2018) - Reducing food’s environmental impacts through producers and consumers. The mean (average) GHG emissions data is the data used. It is then converted to the portion size of each item.
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