Original article by Mark Phelps, Queensland Country Life THE livestock industry must genuinely deliver on its bold promise of being carbon neutral by 2030 to further crystallise consumer confidence in red meat. AgForce Cattle president Will Wilson said while there were still many unknowns, including the carbon footprints of livestock businesses and commercial benefits, carbon…

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Original article by Dickon Pinner, Matt Rogers, and Hamid Samandari, McKinsey. A ferocious pandemic is sweeping the globe, threatening lives and livelihoods at an alarming rate. As infection and death rates continue to rise, resident movement is restricted, economic activity is curtailed, governments resort to extraordinary measures, and individuals and corporations scramble to adjust. In the blink of…

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Original article by Tom Embury-Dennis, The Independent Global methane levels have hit an all-time high after what appears to be a near-record yearly atmospheric increase in the potent greenhouse gas. The concentration of methane in the Earth’s atmosphere reached nearly 1,875 parts per billion in 2019, up from the previous year’s 1,866 parts per billion, according to preliminary data collected by…

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Original article by Mark Phelps, Queensland Country Life HIGH tech livestock feed supplements will be one of the key drivers of a comprehensive strategy to reduce Australia’s emissions by 2050. Federal Energy Minister Angus Taylor said advanced livestock feed supplements, hydrogen, lithium, carbon capture and storage would be pursued in a major shift away from…

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