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The carbon footprint of Valentine’s Day

Flowers, chocolates, romantic dinners: all things that you may associate with Valentine’s Day. But have you ever thought about the greenhouse gases that come in to play when those flowers are shipped, the chocolate is sourced overseas, or when your steak dinner is raised? We take a look at the biggest sources of carbon emissions on V-day, and share a few simple steps to love the earth along with your loved ones this Valentine’s Day.

How are you spending this Valentine’s Day? Tell us in the comments below.



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