Environmental Footprints of Foods

The life cycle of food products are complex and to review their environmental impacts. Oregon DEQ researched a variety of different types of foods, some produced in whole or in part in Oregon, and some not produced here but consumed in significant quantities in Oregon. To understand the context and parameters of this project, begin your exploration with the project foreword.

In addition, DEQ’s literature review has also evaluated two issues that cut across multiple types of foods:

Background documents


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