|Product||CO2e / kg||Studies|
13.8CO2e / kg
= 100 g of Norway lobsterYou can consume
0.2kg of Norway lobster to exhaust your daily CO2e food budget
|Source||Notes||CO2e||Country origin||Country consumption||Weight|
|Seafood carbon emissions tool||Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus), Wild, System: Bottom trawl, Notes: A total of 43 fuel use data points are available from four sources for trawl fisheries targeting Norway lobster. This fishery is among the most fuel-intensive commercial fisheries in the world. Time-series data are reported by Ziegler and Hornborg (2014).||
|Seafood carbon emissions tool||Norway lobster (Nephrops norvegicus), Wild, System: Traps, Notes: Ziegler and Valentinsson (2008) conducted an LCA of Norway lobster using both traps (creels) and trawls. Fuel use estimates from this study are the only data available for nephrops creel fisheries. Bait use rates of 100-300% of landed weight were used, reflecting rates observed in lobster trap fisheries around the world.||
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