Arthur Gillett January 5, 2022 by Leah Wolfe
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We need a certain number of hectares to feed ourselves and there are different ways of utilizing and managing those hectares for our different purposes, some of which may need to have a negative impact on global warming and some of which may be able to be managed in a way that helps us fight global warming really well. Making that choice available via LCA is a very grounded, clear addition to the current LCA science that makes use of the research that has already been done so well for things like land-use change.

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