Dr Andy Reisinger: livestock impact on climate change set to rise

The impact of agriculture on global warming could be as high as 14 per cent says an agricultural greenhouse gas specialist.

But livestock may be even higher globally at 19 per cent.

Andy Reisinger​ the deputy director (International) of the New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre said while the numbers were contentious, livestock made a substantial impact on climate change.

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