Greenhouse gas awareness of livestock's contribution to emissions rises among farmers
More farmers are aware of the impact of livestock on global warming, says an agricultural greenhouse research expert.
New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre director Dr Harry Clark said farmer awareness of their greenhouse gas contribution was at a much higher level than 15 years ago.
This extended to growing recognition of international agreement to cut greenhouse gases, such as the Paris agreement, he said.
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