Many people choose organic products thinking they're better for people and the planet, but a new University of British Columbia (UBC) study published in Science Advances found that that might not always be the case.
"Organic is often proposed a 'holy grail' solution to current environmental and food scarcity problems, but we found that the costs and benefits will vary heavily depending on the context," said Ver
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