Primary Industries

Pragmatism needed on agricultural emissions

 An overly purist treatment of agricultural gases in climate change policy risks slowing this country’s response and politicising the process, the chair of the Interim Climate Change Committee says.

Debate over the relative contribution of methane and nitrous oxide, and whether the former is a flow gas, risks distracting from the more pressing task of getting emissions from agriculture

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