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As conservation charity WWF launches its new LiveWell range of 'sustainable' meals. notes:  LiveWell is not the first campaign to attempt to reduce the environmental impact of people's food choices.

Earlier this year Climates - a new environmental social networking site - launched its Climatarian diet which it claims  can save up to a tonne of CO2 per year for each person.

The social network says cutting back on beef and lamb can have a dramatic effect on your food’s carbon footprint. The Climatarian diet also recommends avoiding using air freighted food and frozen produce, instead only purchasing local, seasonal and fresh produce.

The impact of food on the environment has been thrust into the spotlight in recent weeks after the BBC show Hugh’s War on Waste highlighted the amount of valuable resources that go into creating food that is thrown away all too often.

Brad Allen of cites our Climatarian diet, read the full article in the Edie Newsroom.

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