Tackling Methane: Food, Agriculture, and Waste
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Tackling Methane: Food, Agriculture, and Waste

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Methane, the main component of natural gas, is responsible for roughly 30% of the increase in average global temperatures since the Industrial Revolution. Agriculture, livestock raising, and organic waste management are significant contributors to methane emissions that can be mitigated with more efficient operations, methane capture and utilization, and changes in consumer demand.

Methane, the main component of natural gas, is responsible for roughly 30% of the increase in average global temperatures since the Industrial Revolution. Agriculture, livestock raising, and organic waste management are significant contributors to methane emissions that can be mitigated with more efficient operations, methane capture and utilization, and changes in consumer demand.

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