Trade is dependent on long-distance transportation, and transportation results in carbon dioxide emissions. Ok, it might be difficult to build this Apple locally, but couldn’t we at least buy these apples locally, to save the planet? Dead wrong. The transportation of foods leaves less of a carbon footprint than you might think. Find out how, as Free To Choose Media Executive Editor and Cato Institute Senior Fellow Johan Norberg explains.
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