Will the Food and Livestock Industry Follow Fossil Fuels Over the Market Cliff? — Paul Gilding

The climate emergency is now a methane emergency – because only rapid
methane reduction will slow the rate of warming at the required speed (<decade). The most effective response is to cut livestock emissions – reduce
consumption of beef and dairy and lower methane emissions in production.
This means the food and livestock industry, particular beef and dairy, face
a truly existential risk. Their future will be decided this decade. If they
don’t embrace change and recognise its disruptive nature, they will go down
the same path as fossil fuels. Denial, resistance, avoidance and delay
followed by their collapse.
— Read on www.paulgilding.com/cockatoo-chronicles/will-food-and-livestock-follow-fossil-fuels

methane on 20 year time scale 86 times worse warming effect than carbon dioxide, 10 year time scale even less, how many years do we have?

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This is on behalf of local climate change group. Material is selected by Bernie McComb and does not necessarily represent opinion of whole group.
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