Real or fake: which Christmas tree is most sustainable?
1 month ago - By The Guardian
This year Britons will buy 8m real trees, but there are other options that might be better for the environment It's the annual dilemma. Do you buy an artificial tree that will give years of service, or do you stick with a real one that will be discarded on 6 January? This year British households are expected to buy as many as 8m real Christmas trees, but with growing concern about the climate crisis, many consumers are wondering if this is the greenest option.
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