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From farming to fermentation: how New Zealand could 'brew up' new foods to reduce agricultural emissions

By Ian Mason, Research Fellow in Renewable Energy Systems Engineering, University of Canterbury
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Dairy farming accounts for a quarter of New Zealand’s total emissions. Fermentation technology could help cut agricultural emissions, while also restoring water and ecological quality.The Conversation

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