Can We Fight Climate Change In The Supermarket?

Consumers are becoming more and more conscious of the impacts of the everyday decisions they make. Such as which car to buy, which washing machine to use and which particular products are more harmful to the habitats of endangered animals. Now, new research out of the University of Technology Sydney, is calling for food products to be marked with a label, showing consumers the carbon footprint of that particular product.

To discuss, Victor Petrovic was joined a short time ago by the lead author of the report Dr Adrian Camilleri from the University of Technology Sydney’s Marketing Discipline Group.

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