On your food product labels. Because if the ever-wailing members of the US branch of the Global Warming Death Cult get to have anything to say about it, this will be crossing the pond in short order.
Shoppers will be able to tell how much damage their purchases do to the environment, under a government plan unveiled yesterday.
Products will display labels showing the greenhouse gas emissions created by their production, transport and eventual disposal, similar to the calorie or salt content figures on food packaging.
Consumers have little way of judging the environmental impact of goods and services, often relying on the miles such products have travelled from their country of origin.
Thaddeus Tremayne over at Samizdata says he’ll be looking for and purchasing the labels with the largest footprint.
I think that that is good advice.