4 New Ways To Cut Your Food’s Carbon Footprint

Food production generates more than a third of manmade greenhouse gas emissions. But some innovations are effectively reducing food’s carbon footprint. For instance, Done Properly is 100% vegan protein grown from mycelium, the root system of mushrooms. It can be colored, flavored, and textured in any way you like. It takes only 48 hours to produce and uses 35 times less CO2 than beef. Here are more such innovations that could help cut food’s carbon footprint.