Animal agriculture is often villainized as a climate change culprit, but its Achilles' heel may actually be one of our best climate solutions. That’s because we’ve been looking at methane from livestock all wrong. By rethinking methane, UC-Davis’ Frank Mitloehner, PhD, will show that animal agriculture’s impact on global warming has not only been exaggerated, but its ability to capture carbon from the atmosphere is underappreciated. Efficiencies and technology have put the animal agriculture sector on the path to climate neutrality – and likely toward climate change solutions.
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