When most of us think about climate change, the first thing that comes to mind are switching our light bulbs or riding a bike to work, but it turns out that deciding what to eat for dinner can be of much greater consequence.
We have a golden opportunity to curb NYC's carbon foodprint, if only you'll pitch in and share your 2 cents. Because small change will add up to sea change.
Don't fret though because there are lots of simple things you can do to ensure you're eating plenty of safe, healthy, local fresh produce rather than unsafe, unsustainable international foods.
trying to be extra green on this one-designated day is a nice way to raise awareness, but how about making every day Earth Day?