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Here's the cheeseburger footprint section from the National Geographic documentary "Six Degrees.
It's actually from a scene late in Six Degrees where I argue that "we have an arsenal of solutions available to us. Posted by Jamais Cascio on February 14, 4: Posted by Jamais Cascio on February 8, I'm sitting on a camera suitcase on a grassy hill along highway 25, a few miles south of the Wyoming border.
Cars and trucks whiz by at 80 miles per hour or so, while Posted by Jamais Cascio on July 27, 8: Posted by Jamais Cascio on June 14, 2: The Cheeseburger Steamroller continues its mighty advance, with two significant media hits this week: Posted by Jamais Cascio on April 26, 9: They liked it enough to want to Posted by Jamais Cascio on January 15, The Cheeseburger Steamroller continues, as I show up on Treehugger radio playing online and on Air America talking about the cheeseburger footprint story.
Posted by Jamais Cascio on January 11, The Cheeseburger Footprint popped Posted by Jamais Cascio on January 8, 9: For new visitors who recognize me as the co-founder of WorldChanging, the topics I cover Posted by Jamais Cascio on December 27, If it requires energy to make or do, chances are, some carbon was emitted along the way.
But these are the early days of the climate awareness era, and it's not yet habit to consider the greenhouse implications of otherwise prosaic actions. So as an exercise, let's examine the carbon footprint of something commonplace -- a cheeseburger.
There's a good chance you've eaten one this week, perhaps even today. What was its greenhouse gas impact? Do you have any idea? This is the kind of question we'll be forced to ask more often as we pay greater attention to our individual greenhouse gas emissions.
Burgers are common food items for most people in the US -- surprisingly common. So what's the global warming impact of all those cheeseburgers?
I don't just mean cooking the burger; I mean the gamut of energy costs associated with a hamburger -- including growing the feed for the cattle for beef and cheese, growing the produce, storing and transporting the components, as well as cooking.
The first step in answering this question requires figuring out the life cycle energy of a cheeseburger, and it turns out we're in luck.Feb 13, · Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. I am president of the Spark of Freedom Foundation.
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