Sunday, December 17, 2006

"A price on carbon!" screams big business. Emissions targets for the aviation industry say many in Europe.

Now a British commentator calls for a carbon charge on food production. It's primarily a suggestion to seek control over how the big food corporates conduct business. It's a cry for local production and against the damage caused by industrial food monocultures.

The largest of emitters are involved in emission reduction initiatives. Some large food industry players participate in voluntary programs - maybe highlighting those businesses is a better way forward...

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