'Burpless' Grass Cuts Methane Gas From Cattle, May Help Reduce Global Warming

Thursday, May 8, 2008 - 09:35 in Earth & Climate

A new type of grass may help tackle global warming by cutting the level of methane given off by cows. Researchers are developing a grass that will not only cut the amount of methane cows burp up when chewing their cud, but also grow in hotter climes.

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