Kenyan scientists have joined their contemporaries in the United States, New Zealand and Colombia in researching means to reduce harmful methane emissions by breeding less gassy livestock that follow altered diets.
Fighting Global Warming, One Cow Burp At a Time
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 19 July 2018
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