Grasslands May Soon Produce More Greenhouse Gases Than They Sequester

The world’s grasslands are an essential carbon sink, and may even be more efficient at capturing atmospheric carbon than trees. But thanks to animal agriculture and fertilizer use, they’re now producing as much greenhouse gas pollution asthey sequester, according to a new study published in Nature Communications on Tuesday.

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