Notes on the climate: Cows do not only moo
Jana Lippelt () and
ifo Schnelldienst, 2010, vol. 63, issue 11, 43-45
The current climate change discussion is strongly focussed on CO2 emissions, their origin and how to avoid them. This article examines methane, another greenhouse gas. The most important anthropogenic source of methane is agriculture, which accounts for 42%.
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