In the year 2000, there was in Europe enough factory capacity to make about 18 million cars a year (with only 15 million expected to be sold).
On top of it, some of the food transport by air simply makes no sense: Why should spring onions from Mexico be sold in an Irish supermarket, or why should iceberg lettuce from Los Angeles be flown to London? Quantitative data on food transport are known in detail for Britain.
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The KP Formula granules line include time-tested traditional formulas that have been used in TCM for hundreds of years.
Carbon dioxide emitted by food transport in 2002 amounted to 19 million tones.
According to Brian Halweil from the World Watch Institute, a meal of meat, grain, fruit, and vegetables accounts for 4 to 17 times as much petroleum if it comes from afar than if a consumer buys the ingredients locally.