Good Bad Methane – Does Finnish Cattle Farming Harm the Climate?
In the food discourse, ruminant livestock production in particular has a reputation as a climate villain. Cows are known for burping methane quite abundantly! Rarely can one find an objective discussion about where and why the methane produced by ruminants truly originates and what happens to it after cows burp. Particularly lacking is a conversation about how the methane produced by cattle affects global warming. After all, climate change revolves around how human activities produce greenhouse gases that warm the atmosphere. In this blog, I aim to explore these fundamental questions.
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Mr Juha Nousiainen