|Product||CO2e / kg||Studies|
5.875CO2e / kg
= 100 g of Bigeye tunaYou can consume
0.46kg of Bigeye tuna to exhaust your daily CO2e food budget
|Source||Notes||CO2e||Country origin||Country consumption||Weight|
|Seafood carbon emissions tool||Bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus), Wild, System: Longlines, Notes: Data for Bigeye longliners are available from three sources. Bait usage rates are typically low in tuna fisheries.||
|Seafood carbon emissions tool||Bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus), Wild, System: Purse seine, Notes: Three data points are available from one source. Parker and Tyedmers (2011) collected fuel use data for global fisheries in 2011, including data for purse seining vessels catching Bigeye along with Skipjack and Yellowfin.||
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