ecofx : Juice


____ environmental impact of juice ____
Estimated carbon footprint, loss of natural habitat potential for one year, loss of plant and animal life potential for one year, and extinction potential, from making, packaging, shipping and/or using these products or services.
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+ Except for CO2 emissions, estimates are based on Habitat, Life, Extinction Formulas v2 by the XOEarth Team. +
Estimates do not include the possible long-term ecological effects of climate change and persistent toxins.
Formulas use “human appropriated net primary production (HANPP)” to “CO2 emissions” correlation.
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1 kg(kilogram) = 2.2 lb(pounds)   1 m^2(square meter) = 10.8 ft^2(square feet)
1 km(kilometers) = .62 mi(miles)   1 liter = .26 gallons
Orange Juice – a 64 ounce carton of Tropicana Pure Premium Orange Juice


full life cycle analysis includes agriculture, materials, production, shipping and consumer use

CO2 from Pepsi and CarbonTrust.co.uk [[#ref1]]

Some of the materials used to make this product.


oranges, paper, plastic, multiple fuels
? kg ? lb
CO2 released to make, ship and use this product.


1.7 kg
3.75 lb
Loss of natural habitat potential for one year to make, ship and use this product.


1.3 m^2
14 ft^2
Loss of native plant and animal life potential to make, ship and use this product.


4.1 kg
9 lb
How many of this product it would take (if made) to trigger 1 potential species extinction.


115 million

==Summaries==
A life cycle study of one orange juice brand shows that the CO2 emissions from a 64 ounce carton of orange juice is about 1.7 kilograms (3.75 pounds) — including agriculture, materials, production, shipping and customer use.[[#ref1]] The loss of natural habitat potential for one year from the 64 ounce carton of orange juice is estimated to be 1.3 square meters (14 square feet).

==References==
1. NewYorkTImes.com

==Ecomedia==

==External links==
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juice

[[category:Beverages]] [[category:Food]] [[category:Products]]

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