CowCredits: Mootral aims to cut cattle burps through carbon offset offer

Michael Holder
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The climate impact of beef and dairy farming has come in for increasing scrutiny in recent years
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The climate impact of beef and dairy farming has come in for increasing scrutiny in recent years

Firm seeking $2.5m in backing for its plan to fund farmers' use of methane-reducing cattle feed through CO2 offsets

Companies and individuals may soon be able to pay cows to burp less in return for carbon offset credits, under plans being developed by Swiss-British agritech firm Mootral to fund the use of methane-cutting...

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