Clark says it is important that carbon doesn't become the only measure used to determine food's environmental impact. "We need to take a holistic perspective," he says. Besides carbon, we should consider how the food we eat impacts water, land and biodiversity, he says, noting that foods with a high carbon footprint often require a large amount of land for production.

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