Agriculture confronts climate disruption

Farming is both part of the problem and solution. So what should Canadians do?

Embassy Photo: Kristen Shane
As strange as it may seem, the burps of cattle and other ruminant animals, which contain methane, are contributing to climate change.
Stuart Clark
Published: Wednesday, 05/13/2015 12:00 am EDT

No matter how you look at it, agriculture is a major part of the climate disruption story.

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