New answers tagged

2 votes

Why is livestock bad for the climate?

Short Answer I'll address the first two of your three subquestions: Livestock is not climate neutral because different processes of the carbon cycle create different carbon-based molecules at ...
2 votes

Why is livestock bad for the climate?

Short answer Two factors playing a role in livestock's contribution to the greenhouse effect have to do with methane being a more potent greenhouse gas and the fact that the conversion of plant ...
  • 51.8k
0 votes

Why is livestock bad for the climate?

I have found an answer for your first question. The Global Warming Potential of methane is much higher than that of carbon dioxide. Because methane stays in the air for a shorter period of time than ...
  • 249
32 votes

Would fewer cows mean less methane emission?

Couple of thoughts: (The OP's article is a low quality source of info with either an interview taken out of context or an inappropriately vague or under-informed interviewee. Reasons why will become ...

Top 50 recent answers are included