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| 04/05/18

Consider the lobster’s greenhouse gas emissions

Consumer taste for lobsters, crab and shrimp has soared in recent years, a particularly emissions-intensive fishery, according to the first comprehensive assessment of the carbon intensity of world fisheries. The key to solving this problem, as elsewhere in the oceans, is more sustainable fishing practices, including fuel-switching away from diesel.

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Solutions
04/05/18 | PICS Staff

Consider the lobster’s greenhouse gas emissions

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Aluminum smelters could act as enormous batteries

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