Stop methane pollution

Cattle grazing

Cattle grazing at the Enapuiyapui Swamp in Mau Forest Complex. FAO blames the 1.4 billion cattle and other grazing animals for 40 per cent of the global methane budget.

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What you need to know:

  • Methane gas is one of the most important contributors to climate change.
  • Methane is also released from other sources, including by cattle chewing cud. 

The planet has warmed by more than one degree Celsius and is gaining an average of 0.2OC every decade since the 1970s with experts warning of severer forest fires, hurricanes, floods and drought is this is not controlled. 


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