As of January 1, 2024, France has imposed an obligatory composting rule for all residents and businesses, giving out free bins and bags to ease the transition and smoothly as possible.
In Canada, beef farmers have found a way to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions while keeping the same production and animal count as before.
Researchers in Australia discovered a species of native seaweed - seaweed asparagopsis - can nearly eliminate methane emissions in cattle.
Philanthropists have decided to fund democratic efforts aimed at halting and reducing global methane emissions, and with some $220 million, it is the largest private donation ever dedicated to this potent agent of climate change.
A team of researchers based in California, United States, came to the conclusion that by adding seaweed to cows’ diet, it is possible to reduce their methane emissions by up to 82%.
A new Australian company plans on commercializing a livestock feed additive made from seaweed which can reduce methane emissions by 80%.