How Big Is Wine’s Carbon Footprint, And How Can Technology Reduce It? | The New Economy

How Big Is Wine’s Carbon Footprint, And How Can Technology Reduce It? | The New Economy
At the end of a long day, when you sit down to relax with a glass of red, do you ever wonder about the impact the wine industry has on the climate? The glass bottle itself and international transport play a huge part, but big advances can be made by reducing emissions at the source – the vineyard. The New Economy looks at the impact that a sustainable viticulture programme can have on a vineyard’s carbon emissions, and exactly how much less carbon dioxide is released per bottle thanks to innovative technology.

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