Throughout history, the Earth’s surface was predominantly wilderness, encompassing forests, grasslands, and deserts. However, in the past few centuries, agriculture has supplanted these natural habitats. A millennium ago, less than 5% of non-desert or non-ice land was allocated for agriculture. Presently, agricultural activities occupy more than half of habitable land, with forests occupying the remaining portion, and a small fraction of land dedicated to grasslands, freshwater, and urban areas.
As consumers, we possess the ability to contribute to environmental conservation by making mindful choices in our shopping habits. To discover more about how you can play a role in protecting the environment, please refer to the accompanying resource.
The Impact of Groceries from Green Rabbit, a logistics automation service