John Kerr posted in agricultural greenhouse gas • agriculture • emissions • greenhouse gases • methane on April 29th, 2015.
New Zealand researchers have identified several compounds which show promise in reducing methane emissions from cows and sheep. Methane emissions from agriculture are the largest contributor to New Zealand’s greenhouse gas emissions, accounting for about one third of our total emissions. This week researchers at the New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Conference announced that […]
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