Cow Gas is Environmentally Bad

Grandpa Richard wondered what cow gas has to do with the environment.

Well, the concentration of methane in our atmosphere is 3 times what it was before the industrial revolution. Methane is found everywhere. It leaks from volcanoes, is given off by wetlands and marshes, and vents from the stomachs of millions of livestock. It is now the 2nd most active man-made climate warmer worldwide, after carbon dioxide (CO2).

What can we do?

Collect the methane and use it to power gas turbines or fuel cars. Farmers can use it for heating, or to produce electricity.

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