Blog: Dean BestDreaming of a green Christmas?

Dean Best | 11 December 2007

We are approaching, apparently, the greenest Christmas of them all. Press release after press release has been pinging into my inbox saying that, this year, consumers are shopping more ethically than ever.

So, perhaps it’s not surprising that a group of researchers has claimed to have worked out the level of carbon emissions generated by a typical UK Christmas dinner.

All the more reason to lay off the cranberry sauce this year, then.


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