Products

Product CO2e / kg Studies

Vegetables

0.304
CO2e / kg
= 100 g of Vegetables
You can consume
8.88
kg of Vegetables to exhaust your daily CO2e food budget

Categories: Food

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Studies

Source Notes CO2e Country origin Country consumption Weight
Greenhouse gas emissions from conventional and organic cropping systems in Spain. I. Herbaceous crops Table 2, open air vegetables, conventional
0.238
Spain Spain 10
Systematic review of greenhouse gas emissions for different fresh food categories Table 4 Median; #LCA studies: 33; #GWP values: 140; Mean: 0.47; Stdev: 0.39; Min: 0.04; Max: 2.54
0.37
Unknown Unknown 10