Fighting Climate Change: Locavorianism

Locavorianism is the practice of eating only food that was grown close to where  one lives (say 30 miles or 50 km). It has a number of benefits for the  environment: it reduces the long-term import of food from one country to another  at great cost (e.g. flying baby corn from Thailand to the UK) and it helps  people to focus on the kinds of food that they have traditionally eaten and,  hence, rediscover a link between themselves and the place they live.

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