How Much Environmental Damage Did Your Thanksgiving Dinner Do?

The following article contains research conducted by Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Michigan that is aimed toward analyzing a topic one usually does not associate as having a big influence on the environment–Thanksgiving. The focus of this article is centered around the holiday’s CO2 emissions ranging from the things such as travel to raising, growing and cooking an average families Thanksgiving dinner. This article may make you have second thoughts about that entire pie you ate over break.

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