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Managing methane: the seaweed that can fight climate change

The battle against climate change is creating all-new economies and truly unique innovations.

In this video, we travel to a lab in Hawaii and a farm in New York, to see how an unlikely pair are teaming up to fight one of agriculture’s most potent problems: methane gas produced as part of livestock rearing.

Methane is a powerful greenhouses gas with a 100-year global warming potential 25 times that of CO2.

View the original video here.

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