One of the biggest ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is to buy a greenhouse! If you grow your own food you can reduce your carbon footprint. Fruit and vegetables that you see in your local supermarket have travelled from around the world so when you don't buy this from the shops you are reducing your carbon footprint and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Majority of the fruit and vegetables you pick at the supermarket each week you can actually grow in your own garden by using a greenhouse.
The infographic created by Me and My Glass is a greenhouse guide that shows you all you need to know about a greenhouse. The greenhouse guide infographic shows the benefits, how they work and all the different foods you can grow. You can grow lots of different foods throughout the year. Some of the foods you can grow are Courgettes, Squashes, Pumpkins, Cucumbers, French beans, Melons, Sweetcorn, Pepper, Tomato and Basil.